East Riddlesden Hall (NT)

Description

Be captivated by this homely 17th century merchant's house with a wonderful collection of embroideries, textiles and Yorkshire oak furniture. Delightful gardens set against the dramatic ruins of the Starkie Wing with fruit trees, herbs and herbaceous borders. The formal garden has old varieties of apple trees, swathes of bulbs and wildflowers, which bloom from spring to late summer. The house is full of mystery and ghostly stories and is waiting to be explored. Don't miss the magnificent 17th century oak framed barn in the grounds, the bird hide or natural playground. Delightful beamed tearoom and gift shop.Children's activities throughout the season.

Contact Information

Bradford Road
Keighley
BD20 5EL
  01535 607075
  Visit the East Riddlesden Hall (NT) website
  eastriddlesden@nationaltrust.org.uk

Useful Information

Disabled access : Ground floor of the house is accessible. Photos of the upper floor are available.
Opening Times : 10.30am-4.30pm Saturday and Sunday until 18 March. 10.30am-4.30pm 19 March-4 November, Saturday-Wednesday.
Last Admission : Last admissions: 4pm.
Admission Prices : Adult £5.90, child £2.90, family £12.90.

Location Information