Newfield Hall
Southern Yorkshire Dales

Newfield Hall is one of our largest country houses. This grand 19th century building is set in extensive grounds with magnificent views of the Yorkshire Dales. Built by William Nicholas Alcock in 1856, the house retains many of its grand features including an impressive entrance hall and sweeping staircase. All bedrooms and public rooms were fully refurbished in 2019.

Groups Love:

● Expansive views of the Yorkshire Dales
● Exploriong the rolling hills and geology of the Dales
● After dinner drinks on the terrace
● Soaking in the heated indoor swimming pool
● The giant TV for events

Places to visit:

● Malham Cove
● Skipton
● Brontë Parsonage
● Keighley and Worth Valley Railway
● Fountains Abbey
● White Scar Cave
● Lightwater Valley
● York
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