Situated in Wharfedale, in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, Parcevall Hall is a beautiful and very characterful Grade II listed Hall; the oldest part of which is believed to date back to at least 1586.
Parcevall Hall Gardens are a real hidden treasure and well worth taking the time to explore. There are 24 acres of formal and woodland gardens, including woodland walks, a camellia walk, herb garden, formal terraces, a rock garden with pools, an orchard with old apple varieties and a beautiful rose garden.
Address and Directions
Parcevall Hall is located at Skyreholme, close to the picturesque village of Appletreewick. It is approximately 9 miles north-east of Skipton, 21 miles from Harrogate and 32 miles from Leeds. Brown direction signs point the way from both the B6160 and the B6265. Sat Nav setting BD23 6DE.
When you arrive, please follow the road past the Garden Visitors' Car Park and up the hill to the Hall. Please note that the car park immediately outside the Hall entrance can only be used for unloading your luggage, as this needs to be kept clear for deliveries to the Hall and in case any emergency vehicles need access. Once you have unloaded your things, please park your car in one of the other car parks. If the car parks near to the Hall are full, then you will need to go back down the hill to the Visitors' Car Park and park there.
These are the links to the Parcevall Hall websites. The first is the general one for visitors to the gardens and tea room and the second is for visitors staying at the Hall.
In addition, there is a link below to the current Parcevall Hall Visitor's Leaflet.