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.


Not generally open to the public.

Find Us
Find us

Between Skipton and Kendal, 1 mile off the A65, in the village of Austwick.



Austwick Taxi 015242 51364

  • Guide dogs welcome
  • Accessible toilets
  • Access statement available

Fun Facts

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.



Four en-suite bedrooms individually decorated and furnished.

All bath-rooms have roll top baths.

Prices range from £125 to £155 per room per night.

The self catering cottage is of a similar high standard.

Corporate Hire