Newfield Hall, Southern Yorkshire Dales

Looking every inch the baronial mansion, Newfield Hall sits in two acres of grounds near the village of Malham at the southern base of Yorkshire Dales National Park. Given it was this very landscape which inspired Wordsworth to write a sonnet and Charles Kingsley to pen The Water Babies, the countryside views are as gorgeous as you’d imagine. You’ll also have plenty of sightseeing greats within easy travelling distance, most notably Malham Tarn, Janet's Foss, Gordale Scar, and The Dry Valley of the Watlowes. And then, of course, there’s Malham Cove – the towering white limestone cliffs formed millions of years ago.

Groups love

The gorgeous Yorkshire Dales views 

Having plenty of big-name attractions nearby 

The heritage room with HF Holidays memorabilia 

Fabulous guided and self-guided walks 

The handy boot and drying room 

Comfortable accommodation with full-board 

The house’s unique character and history 

Places to visit

Malham Cove 


Brontë Parsonage 

Keighley and Worth Valley Railway 

Fountains Abbey 

White Scar Cave 

Lightwater Valley 


House facts

House capacity: 72 

Number of singles: 20 

Exclusive occupancy minimum: 61