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Broughton Hall Skipton. Yorkshire
17 Bedrooms. 13 Bathrooms. 32 guest. Approx £58,458 7 nights
Situated in the rolling Yorkshire landscape, Broughton Hall is a magnificent Grade 1 listed country hall dating back to 1597 with extravagant interiors and opulent furnishings throughout.
The property can comfortably accommodate up to thirty-two guests across seventeen beautifully appointed bedrooms set across two levels. Making it ideal for families or groups who are looking for a unique base while exploring the wonderful region of Yorkshire
The Hall is set in 3,000 acres of woodland, parkland and moorland so there is plenty for guests to explore and miles of pathways to suit all.
The two downstairs drawing rooms can be opened up into one huge room for guests. The the bright conservatory is ideal for morning teas or breakfast. There is an option to be fully catered during your stay and enjoy a delicious meal in the impressive dining room. There's also a private tennis court.
The seventeen bedrooms are split across the first and second floors. On the first floor there are six super king-size bedrooms each complete with en-suite facilities, an en-suite double room as well as a further two double rooms, an emperor room, a double room and a single room. Upstairs, on the second floor, is a further king-size room with en-suite bathroom, two twin rooms, one with en-suite bathroom as well as a final king-size and single room.

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Ground Floor:
- Saloon with open fire
- Conservatory with french doors leading to gardens
- Library with open fire
- Red drawing room with open fire and piano
- Green drawing room with open fire
- Dining room with open fire and extending dining table
- Billiards room with full-size billiards table
- Gallery
- Two cloakrooms

First Floor:
- Family bathroom
- Bedroom with four-poster king size bed and en-suite bathroom with roll-top bath
- Bedroom with single bed (can be accessed through the bedroom above and so would be ideal for a child or to be used as a dressing room)
- Bedroom with four poster double bed
- Bedroom with four poster super king size bed and en-suite bathroom with free-standing roll-top bath and shower
- Bedroom with four poster king size bed and en-suite bathroom with free-standing copper bath
- Bedroom with double bed
- Bedroom with four poster king size bed and en-suite with bath and shower
- Bedroom with 3/4 size double bed
- Bedroom with emperor bed and en-suite with bath
- Family bathroom
- Bedroom with double bed and en-suite with free-standing roll-top bath
- Bedroom with four poster super king size bed and en-suite with free-standing roll-top bath
- Bedroom with super king size bed and en-suite shower room

Second Floor:
- Bedroom with king size bed and en-suite with free-standing bath
- Bedroom with twin beds and en-suite with free-standing roll-top bath and shower
- Penthouse living room with TV, DVD and a selection of games and books
- Bedroom with king size bed
- Bedroom with twin beds
- Bedroom with single bed
- Family bathroom

Exterior Grounds:
- 3,000 acre grounds with river
- Private tennis court
- Gas barbecue

Additional Facilities:
- Wi-Fi
- SKY TV
- DAB radio
- Travel cot & highchair available on request
- Plenty of parking

Set within the Yorkshire Dales in 3,000 acres of attractive yards, guests lucky enough to remain here will appreciate complete privacy and also serenity
The historic Hall flaunts splendid interiors, quintessentially English with luxury bathrooms and all the 21st century modern facilities you could potentially need! The house has a fantastic location, established less than a ten minutes drive from the marketplace town of Skipton, the portal to the gorgeous Yorkshire Dales.

Broughton Hall historic house dates back to the 16th century as well as rests happily amidst 3,000 acres of estate grounds, skirting the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
The roomy tavern provides an outstanding welcome as you rise the actions to enter via the pillared column patio entrance. Explore the many sitting locations, and after that loosen up throughout your stay as your every impulse will certainly be provided for. The proprietor has attentively provided a complementary welcome pack including a glass of wine, milk and a choice of scrumptious homemade cakes. The collection has plenty of over 5,000 publications as well as an inviting open fireplace created by Charles Sylvester in the 19th century. Check out the background of England, the life of Napoleon Bonaparte or Broughton Hall itself, which is now in the hands of the 32nd generation of the Tempest household, straight of custodians of the Estate going back to the 11th century.
Throughout your home are instances of furniture by Gillows of Lancaster. Kick back in one of the awesome drawing rooms, full with stunning light fixtures, and a piano if you elegant a tinkle on the cream colors. The Red Drawing Room was even utilized as a film location for Emily Bronte's 'Wuthering Heights' starring Ralph Fiennes as well as Juliette Binoche. Feel right at home around one of the open fires, discovered in virtually every room, as well as take in the history of this wonderful hall. There's no requirement to worry about maintaining the fire stired as there'll always be someone handy to do that for you, as well as turn down your beds as well as satisfy your every demand. You will not require to lift a finger during your remain with all your meals prepared for you by the Estate chef as well as his group - enjoy a commemorative meal in the official dining-room, or this is the perfect setup for a murder secret evening.
Roam with the conservatory which opens out to the gardens to the back of the hall. It's flooded with light and also has lots of plant in addition to a hand-painted mural on one wall surface, certain to be a chatting factor over breakfast or tea.
The ante-room and billiards area makes a perfect social space and also has a sensational ceiling, full-size billiards table and Bose iPod dock. Likewise on display in this space is an exceptional dolls home made in the 1920s by the existing custodian's grand-father from cigar boxes-- it's not one to be had fun with nonetheless you can review its history and also production whilst appreciating every information which has been recorded in miniature.
The 17 bed rooms are topped the first and 2nd floors with many offering wonderfully large en-suite facilities or a different washroom nearby. The rooms are independently called and furnished producing a special and also colorful, stress-free space in each one. Choose from 'Oak' room which has a fabulously carved Jacobean four-poster bed, wood-panelled wall surfaces as well as a free-standing copper bathroom in the en-suite, to 'North' with a grand four-poster bed made by Gillows, and also an opulent carpeting-- which one will you pick?
On the 2nd floor is the Penthouse area which has its own living area total with Sky television, Playstation, DVD player and also even a record player, with a large option of films and also documents for you to select from.
Outside, the grounds are at your disposal. Roam with the delicately developed yards quickly outside the hall or attempt your hand at a game of tennis. A river runs through the premises as well as wonderful strolls can be enjoyed to the local club and also past!
Broughton Hall is a historical residence in every feeling of the word, however it shows an atmosphere of homeliness and convenience throughout. You will have a remarkable experience at Broughton Hall whether you're having a family members get-together, celebrating an unique event, wedding, or a summertime holiday.

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About Skipton:
Skipton is a historic market town in the Craven district of North Yorkshire, England. It is located in the Yorkshire Dales national park, just north of the Yorkshire Dales National Park and adjacent to the Forest of Bowland AONB. With a population of over 16,000, Skipton is the largest town in the Craven district.

Skipton has a rich history and is renowned as the ‘Gateway to the Dales’. It is home to the most complete and best preserved medieval castle in England. The castle was originally built in 1090 by the Norman lord Robert de Romille, and later expanded by the Clifford family. It is open to the public and is a popular tourist attraction.
The town centre is full of character, with a mix of old and new buildings, including the Grade I listed parish church of St. Stephen, which dates back to the 12th century. The high street is packed with independent shops, restaurants, cafes and pubs, as well as larger high street stores.

Skipton is a great place to visit for outdoor activities. There are numerous walking and cycling routes around the area, as well as two local golf courses. The Yorkshire Dales national park is close by, making Skipton a great base for exploring the area. There are also a number of historic houses and gardens in the town, including Skipton Castle, Bolton Hall, and the Embsay & Bolton Abbey Steam Railway.

Skipton is well-connected, with direct train services to Leeds, Bradford and Manchester, as well as regular bus services. There is also a regular bus service to the nearby towns of Harrogate, Ilkley and Settle.
Skipton is a vibrant market town with plenty to offer visitors. Whether you’re looking to explore the picturesque countryside, take in the history of the town, or just enjoy a day out, Skipton is the perfect destination.

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