Perched above the pretty Dales village of Austwick, the Hall has been the manor house since at least the 16th century.
The house retains many of its original architectural features as well as showing evidence of later improvements.
Originally built as a fortified tower, set in 13 acres of formal gardens and woodland.
Exquisitely furnished with antiques, historical and contemporary paintings with a growing collection of tribal art and woodland sculpture trail.
In the 17th century the Hall was home to Sir Charles Ingleby - a judge who was tried for treason.
We have a sculpture trail and snowdrop walk. Approx 1 mile.