Broughton Hall is a very grand, historic, English stately home set in amongst a 3,000 acre estate in the Yorkshire Dales. Broughton Hall Estate has been home to the Tempest family since 1097, and the current custodian, Roger Tempest, is the 32nd member of the family, in a recorded line since the 12th Century, to own it. The Grade 1 Listed hall that we see today, was built in 1597 and designed by various architects including William Atkinson who also designed Durham Cathedral.
Broughton Hall has been refurbished to an exceptionally high standard so that guests can enjoy the grandeur and history of the magnificent state rooms and sumptuous bedrooms along with a feeling that this stately home is completely up to date with the 21st Century. This is a perfect venue for family reunions and celebrations giving guests the chance to experience what it is like to live in their own stately home without the responsibilities that go along with that privilege. The staff are wonderful and look after their guests with an expert manner, discreet and yet attentive.
This exclusive use stately home sleeps 2-30 guests in 10 en-suite double bedrooms with 5 further double bedrooms and one single bedroom. There are grand state rooms to entertain in and there is also a Chapel within the house. There is further accommodation on the Estate in three cottages to sleep 60 guests in total.
Situated on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales and just a few miles from the market town of Skipton in a beautiful countryside location. Within easy reach of Leeds Airport (30 miles) and Manchester Airport (55 mile).
There are stunning formal gardens and acres of wonderful woodland and open countryside to explore. The private Estate is paradise for walkers, cyclists, fishermen and nature lovers alike. There are tennis courts and an outdoor heated swimming pool. Also, there is an extensive wine cellar. This Georgian exclusive use stately home is the perfect place to stay to escape from the pressures of every day life, whether it is a family reunion, special celebration or a house party. There is masses to do and see on the Estate for all ages.