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Overview

Langton Hall is a Grade ll*-listed Georgian country house, built in about 1770 by Leonard Smelt and altered in the 1960s to its present state by the present owner’s father.

It is surrounded by wonderful old parkland, perched above the River Swale and is approached along a tree-lined avenue of daffodils and wildflowers in the spring and early summer.


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FROM A1 GOING NORTH

From the A1 motorway, take junction 51 east towards Northallerton on A684. Continue through Leeming Bar and then onto Morton on Swale. Towards the end of Morton on Swale, turn left (signposted Thrintoft and Great Langton) this road is known as Station Lane. Go over the level crossing, and then after quarter of a mile turn left at ‘T’ junction. Continue through the village of Thrintoft and on a very twisty road for about 2 miles. You will then come to a ‘Y’ junction with red brick farm opposite. Look left and you will see the gates to Langton Hall with stone pillars. Go up the drive to a large gravel courtyard in front of house.

FROM A1 COMING SOUTH

It will take about 10 minutes from the A1. Get off at the junction, just south of Scotch Corner sign posted Catterick and Northallerton. Follow signs towards Northallerton and Kirkby Fleetham turning left to Kirkby Fleetham after about 2 miles. On coming into the village of Kirkby Fleetham, bear left towards Great Langton. Continue on this road, go over Langton Bridge, turn right, continue into the village of Great Langton, and on sharp left bend going out of the village you will see a little road forking right off the main road up a hill. Take this and after about a mile you will see some gates on your right with stone balls on the top leading to Langton Hall. Go up the drive to a large gravel courtyard in front of house.

Forthcoming Tours

10 Jun 2020
12PM - 2PM | £32.50

1 Oct 2020
12PM - 2PM | £32.50

Tour Overview

Go on a tour of the ground floor, garden and kitchen garden.

Tour duration

2 hours.

Tour prices

£32.50 per person.

Refreshments

Includes a two-course buffet lunch.

Access notes

There is a gravel courtyard but planks can be provided for wheelchair access into the house.  There are steps down into the garden, however there is an alternative gate that could be used if necessary.


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FROM A1 GOING NORTH

From the A1 motorway, take junction 51 east towards Northallerton on A684. Continue through Leeming Bar and then onto Morton on Swale. Towards the end of Morton on Swale, turn left (signposted Thrintoft and Great Langton) this road is known as Station Lane. Go over the level crossing, and then after quarter of a mile turn left at ‘T’ junction. Continue through the village of Thrintoft and on a very twisty road for about 2 miles. You will then come to a ‘Y’ junction with red brick farm opposite. Look left and you will see the gates to Langton Hall with stone pillars. Go up the drive to a large gravel courtyard in front of house.

FROM A1 COMING SOUTH

It will take about 10 minutes from the A1. Get off at the junction, just south of Scotch Corner sign posted Catterick and Northallerton. Follow signs towards Northallerton and Kirkby Fleetham turning left to Kirkby Fleetham after about 2 miles. On coming into the village of Kirkby Fleetham, bear left towards Great Langton. Continue on this road, go over Langton Bridge, turn right, continue into the village of Great Langton, and on sharp left bend going out of the village you will see a little road forking right off the main road up a hill. Take this and after about a mile you will see some gates on your right with stone balls on the top leading to Langton Hall. Go up the drive to a large gravel courtyard in front of house.

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