2nd Jan 2020 - 7th Jan 2021
Make your family reunion or special occasion truly extraordinary by booking at Broughton Hall, a Georgian country home set amidst 3,000 acres of stunning grounds in Broughton, North Yorkshire, a luxurious child-friendly estate with magnificent state rooms and 17 individually named bedrooms.
Seeking the perfect holiday experience for a family reunion or gathering families together for a special event? Look no further than Broughton Hall, sitting amidst 3,000 acres of stunning grounds in the village of Broughton, North Yorkshire.
This luxurious Georgian country house dates to 1597 and is still run by a direct descendant of the Tempest Baronet family. With magnificent state rooms for hosting formal gatherings, three floors housing 17 bedrooms (each individually named) and 13 bathrooms, and featuring biomass central heating, welcome pack, private tennis court, and laundry service and catering available, Broughton Hall offers a unique destination for any grand occasion.
The ground floor of this child-friendly cottage features many sitting areas, library with over 5,000 books, and spacious saloon with open fire and French doors leading to the conservatory full of greenery and boasting feature mural wall, stone floor, and French doors opening onto the grounds. A billiards room comes with a full-size billiards table and ornamental handmade dollhouse, whilst the Red Drawing room has an open fire and piano.
The first floor houses 12 bedrooms, eight with en-suites, six featuring four-poster beds, and a seventh with emperor bed. The second floor features five additional bedrooms, two with en-suites, as well as a penthouse living room with 32-inch Sky TV, PlayStation with games, and DVD player where the kids can escape whilst the adults entertain below.
The grounds of Broughton Hall are at your disposal to explore. A river runs through the property, whilst the immaculate gardens offer lovely walks that lead to the village’s local pub. The estate skirts the southern edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, whilst the nearby market town of Skipton features local shops, pubs, and restaurants.