Goldsborough Hall was home to HRH Princess Mary in the 1920’s, the present Queen's aunt, who lived here after her marriage to Viscount Lascelles (later the 6th earl of Harewood), son and heir of the 5th Earl of Harewood.
The hall had been in the Lascelles family since the 1750s and had been the childhood home of the Viscount. Built in c1620 for Sir Richard Hutton, acting Lord Chief Justice, the hall was later remodelled in the 1750s by the eminent architects Robert Adam and John Carr of York.
Goldsborough Hall stands in 12 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds boasting unspoilt elevated views over the historic gardens and tranquil parkland, making it one of the most private, exclusive and beautiful places to visit in Yorkshire.
Restored and created to offer a unique way in which people could come and enjoy this historic house and setting whilst still maintaining it as a family home.
Rooms and Facilities:
Spending the night at Goldsborough Hall is not just about taking in the 400-year-old Royal history of this private family home, but also relaxing in the most amazing accommodation, synonymous with the Goldsborough Hall standard.
Experience for yourself the history, elegance, indulgence and sheer opulence of staying in a Royal residence.
The hotel has created luxury suites and rooms spanning the upper floor of the main house and the adjoining Dower House & Garden House, each offering a magical combination of romantic, historical charm and contemporary, along with top-of-the range facilities to ensure a luxurious stay.
With AA 5 Gold Stars, Goldsborough offers the finest accommodation in Yorkshire.
• Woodland Trails
• Seasonal Festivals (Snowdrop festival)
• Explore Ancient Trees
• Historical Stately Home
• Knaresborough Castle
• Bebra Gardens
• Plumpton Rocks
• Church of John the Babptist
• Mother Shiptons Cave
• Allerton Castle
• Knareborough Viaduct
• Knaresborough Market
How to get there:
Durham Tees (MME)