Bowland Hall

Bowland Hall

Skipton, Yorkshire

Accommodating 32 guests

Bowland Hall

Skipton, Yorkshire

Accommodating 32 guests

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IN SUMMARY

Bowland Hall is a Grade I listed hall that is located on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales, close to the market town of Skipton. The historic hall can accommodate up to 32 guests in 16 bedrooms and has been home to the Tempest family since 1097. The hall is the perfect location for a family gathering or celebration or wedding receptions.

Location - Bowland Hall is located on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales, close to the market town of Skipton and is within easy distance of Leeds and Manchester. The estate is surrounded by areas of outstanding natural beauty, with the Yorkshire Dales National Park, Nidderdale, Forest of Bowland, North Pennines and Three Peaks all on the doorstep. The area has some of the most stunning scenery and attractions in the North of England; in addition there are walks, cycle routes, rivers, lakes, and golf courses to enjoy. Broughton Hall is on the main A59 only 2.5 miles west of Skipton. Trains run frequently from Skipton station to all parts of the UK.

Nearest Airports: Leeds/Bradford, Manchester and Liverpool airports are easily accessible by road

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KEY INFORMATION

ACCOMMODATION

32 Guests

BEDROOMS

Double Bedrooms: 12 Double Bedrooms
Twin Bedrooms: 2 Twin Bedrooms
Single Bedrooms: 2 Single Bedrooms

BATHROOMS

En-Suite Bathrooms: 10 En-Suite Bathrooms
Family Bathrooms: 3 Family Bathrooms

RENTAL INCLUDES

Linen and Towels
Toiletries
Utilities
Logs for Fire
Wi-Fi Internet

CHILDREN

Children: Children and Babies are welcome

PETS

Up to two well behaved dogs welcome, sleeping downstairs in the utility room


ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES

Arrival Day(s): Flexible
Check In: After 4:00pm
Check Out: Before 10:00am
Cautionary Damage Deposit: £2,000

ADDITIONAL SERVICES
(for which there will be an extra charge)

Catering
Spa Treatments
Car Hire/chauffeur
Weddings

RESTRICTIONS

No Smoking
No Stag Parties
No Fireworks (£1,000 Fine)


THE ACCOMMODATION

Bowland Hall can sleep up to 32 guests in 16 bedrooms. A beautiful country house called Eden is located on the grounds of Bowland Hall and is available to sleep up to an additional 12 guests for an extra charge.

Upper Ground Floor

Saloon

Library: wonderfully peaceful havens that invite you to unwind and forget about the outside world

Green drawing room: a formal drawing room to indulge in the opulence of the room

Red drawing room: relax in the comfort of the casual red drawing room

Billiard room: fun and frivolity of the billiard room is perfect for after dinner games

Conservatory: built in the 19th century a wonderful room to unwind and forget about the outside world

Dining room: the magnificent dining room offers a theatrical setting around intimate candle light

Chapel

Lower Ground Floor

Wine cellar

Kitchen

Chapel

Grounds

The Bowland Hall Estate extends to 3000 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens, woodland and open countryside - a perfect paradise for walkers, cyclists, fishermen and nature lovers alike. The striking architecture and inspirational scenery lend a peaceful backdrop for leisurely strolls, games of tennis and waterside picnics.

Bedrooms

All the bedrooms at Bowland Hall are wonderfully furnished and each enjoys a very individual character, the wood panelled Victorian Oak Room, the quirkiness of the Old Nursery and the regal grandeur of the North Room are sure to guarantee a memorable experience for all. Every bedroom enjoys striking views of the beautifully landscaped parkland and 17th century formal gardens. Most of the bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms and there are two additional family bathrooms available. All of the bathrooms have the best classic British fitments, designed in traditional style. The bathrooms have a character of their own too, from walk-in marble showers and comfortable roll-top baths, to spacious and uniquely decorative havens.

The Hall - First Floor

Bow Bedroom: with a four poster super kingsize bed and en-suite with free-standing roll-top bath, shower attachment, step up to shower cubicle

Boudoir Bedroom: with single bed (can also be accesses through Bow bedroom)

Bow Dressing Room: with four poster bed

Captain's Bedroom: with a four poster super kingsize bed and en-suite with free-standing roll-top bath, shower attachment, step up to shower cubicle

Oak Bedroom: with four poster kingsize bed and en-suite with free-standing copper bath and shower attachment

South Bedroom: with double bed 

Delph Bathroom: with double shower cubicle

Amber Bedroom: with four poster kingsize bed and en-suite with bath and shower cubicle

Buff Bedroom: with 3/4 double bed

Tottering Bathroom: with bath, shower attachment and shower cubicle

Portico Bedroom: with Emperor bed and en-suite with shower over bath

The Old Nursery: with double bed and en-suite with free-standing roll top-bath and shower attachment

North Bedroom: with four poster super kingsize bed and en-suite with free-standing roll-top bath, shower attachment and walk-in shower area

Smith's Bedroom: with super kingsize and en-suite with deep step to marble shower cubicle

The Hall - Second Floor

Garden Bedroom: with kingsize double and en-suite with free-standing bath, shower attachment and shower cubicle

Music Bedroom: with twin beds and en-suite with free-standing roll-top bath, shower attachment and shower cubicle

Penthouse Suite

Penthouse Living Room: with 32" Sky Tv (full package), DVD player with a selection of DVD's, Playstation with a selection of games, record player with a selection of records and a selection of books

Penthouse Garden Room: with kingsize bed

Penthouse Park Room: with twin beds

Penthouse Monks Room: with single bed

Penthouse Bathroom: with bath and shower attachment


History

The Bowland Hall Estate has been the home of the Tempest family since 1097. The Grade 1 listed hall dates back to 1597 with later additions including the two wings in 1810 by the renowned architect William Atkinson. He also designed the impressive Durham Cathedral. Over the generations, the family have collected a fine collection of paintings and furnishings and are said to have one of the best collections of Gillow furniture in England. The estate is now owned by the 31st generation of the Tempest family.

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