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Persons: 34
Price from: £ 9.000,- per night
Type: whole estate

Broughton Sanctuary – Location

British elegancy for your celebration

GB-Skipton, BD23 3AE

British flair to celebrate - magnificent ambience to enjoy

Set in the heart of a stunning 3000-acre Sanctuary, Broughton Hall was built in 1597 and is a magnificent listed building, rich in both character and history. Located in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales countryside, the Hall is one of the few remaining private historic homes available in the UK for exclusive-use hire. It is the perfect destination for individuals, families or groups looking for a celebration or just to get away from it all.

 

The staterooms have all the grandeur and majesty that come with centuries of heritage and make an impeccable backdrop for an event or just as a place to relax. The library, billiard room and drawing rooms are in excellent condition.

The owner of Broughton Hall has an experienced team at your disposal. They are happy to satisfy your wishes so that you can concentrate on simply enjoy your stay.

Each of the 17 impressive bedrooms have an individual character and design. The wood-panelled Jacobean Oak Room, the quirkiness of the Old Nursery, the Georgian elegance of Portico and the regal grandeur of the North Room are sure to guarantee a memorable experience for all guests.

The impressive bathrooms carry a delightful charm of their own – from walk-in marble showers and comfortable Drummonds roll-top baths, to spacious and uniquely decorative havens.

 

We have additional accommodation in our beautiful cottages and can accommodate over 100 people if required.

 

The leisure amenities are superb.

Avalon is our state-of-the-art Retreat and Wellbeing Centre where you can enjoy a stunning pool suite as well as holistic therapies, treatments and classes. There is also a heated outdoor pool, wild swimming, tennis court, fire temple, walking and cycling trails, woodland sauna and a 3,000 acre private sanctuary with a wealth of activity opportunities available from foraging to sweat lodges.

The surrounding Sanctuary is home to an innovative Nature Recovery Project and is a wondrous mix of heather moorland, ancient and newly planted woodland, rolling meadow pastures and meandering rivers.

 

 

 

 

Features

The venue offers the following possibilities

  • WLAN
  • Stage
  • Bar
  • Lounge
  • Wintergarten
  • Seminar room
  • Garden
  • Space for a tent
  • Terrace
  • Heating (extra)
  • Open-air concert venue
  • Renovated
  • Electricity connection 230V
  • Sound system
  • Beamer
  • Screen
  • Microphone
  • Parking area
  • Chapel
  • Outdoor wedding area
  • Handicapped accessible
  • Guided castle tour
  • Public events
  • Taxi nearby

Suitability

  • Seminars
  • Management meetings
  • Anniversaries
  • Birthday parties
  • Weddings

Catering

  • Catering kitchen
  • Restaurant nearby
  • Caterer in the house

Accommodation

  • In the house

Sanitary facilities

  • Several toilet facilities
  • Ladies/Gentlemen extra
  • Changing room for host
  • Changing room for host/bride/actors

Activities

  • Mountainbike
  • Lake
  • Hiking
  • Culture
  • Riding
  • Golf
  • Tennis

Payment

  • Transfer/E-Banking
  • Bancomat
  • Eurocard
  • Visa
  • Amex
  • Cash

History of the house and its residents:

A place close to nature with a long family tradition since 1097


Established in 1097, The Broughton Hall Estate has been home to the Tempest family for over 900 years and enjoys a rich history stretching back over the millennium. Designed by Andrew Nesfield the historic formal gardens studded with statues, ponds, parterres and fountains offer a glimpse of 18th century fashion.


The Tempest family are believed to have come to England from Normandy during William the Conqueror’s 1066 invasion of England and were given land in the aftermath of the invasion.

 

Family-owned for 32 generations



The Tempests are one of England’s oldest Catholic landed gentry families. Roger Tempest, the current custodian of Broughton Sanctuary is the 32nd Tempest in a recorded line dating from the 11th century.


The Estate is a thriving example of how we can constantly transform and evolve by learning from the past and taking the best of what we have into the future. It is this philosophy that is behind our recent name change from Broughton Hall Estate to Broughton Sanctuary. We feel this better represents our vision and mission to be a regenerative space that is rooted in the nature and wellbeing of both humanity and the planet.

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