Located at Skyreholme, near Skipton in the Yorkshire Dales, Parcevall Hall Gardens is known to be one of Yorkshire’s finest hidden treasures and is well worth a visit.
Tours of the Gardens available (for pre-booked Tours) by the Head Gardener (when available) or other members of our garden team
Popular Film and TV location – as seen on ‘The Dales’, ‘Hairy Bikers’ and ‘Escape to the Country’.
Tea Room – offering excellent range of home produced foods and good range of soups, hot and cold snacks, scones and cakes etc.
Artwork by local artists is displayed in the Tea Room is also available to purchase
Group Bookings welcome – but please phone or email, requesting Booking Form.
Parcevall Hall Gardens are the largest gardens open to the public in the Yorkshire Dales. The 24 acres of woodland and formal gardens offer impressive views of Simon’s Seat and Wharfedale.
Sir William Milner (1893-1960) began (in 1927) on a project to rebuild the derelict early 16th/17th Century shell of Parcevall Hall and developed the surrounding moorland landscape in to glorious gardens. At the height of 6’7” he was known as a ‘gentle giant’, but despite his title and having Queen Mary as his Godmother (who made frequent visits to the Hall) he was known to be a reluctant socialite.
The Tea Room, situated at the gardens’ entrance, has spectacular views of the path to Troller’s Gill and Simon’s Seat. It’s an ideal place to relax, spot the wildlife and enjoy the tranquillity of this beautiful place.
Over many years, Parcevall Hall Gardens has become a very popular location with TV and film companies, recently being shown on ‘The Dales’, ‘Hairy Bikers’ and ‘Escape to the Country’.
Parcevall Hall Gardens are located just off the B6265 at Skyreholme, near to the pretty and picturesque village of Appletreewick in Wharfedale.
For admission prices please visit website.
Gardens are Open between 1st April and 31st October – 10am – 6pm. Last admission is 5pm.
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