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Harefield Hall is a small family run business, offering four star accommodation with restaurant and bar in Pateley Bridge, North Yorkshire. This beautiful building once belonged to the Archbishop of York and is rumored to have once belonged to King Henry VIII. Harefield Hall is set amongst 28 acres of woodland in beautiful Nidderdale, North Yorkshire.

A 10 minute stroll takes you to the heart of Nidderdale, the bustling market town of Pateley Bridge. Nidderdale boasts many striking natural features such as Howstean Gorge, Brimham Rocks and Gritstone Cliffs making this area of outstanding natural beauty a must see for any visitors to the Dales.

Harefield Hall is the ideal place to get away from it all and relax, providing four star guest accommodation, lounge bar with real log fire and hall dining room.

For the more energetic, endless miles of country walks with spectacular views and horse riding are available. Harefield Hall also offers private fishing on the River Nidd.

The Hall Restaurant offers a wide range of meals, from A-la-Carte to bar meals, including local flame grilled steaks from award winning butchers. * *Please note the restaurant is only open on Friday & Saturday evenings throughout February, this will not affect breakfast in the mornings **.  

Harefield Hall also has its own private holiday cottage located at the top of the car park, sleeping up to 4 guests with full enclosed garden perfect for dogs. We also have a sister cottage located in pateley bridge as well. 

Please see the holiday cottage section for more details.

Discover the historic city of York, with its medieval architecture, York Minster, and the Shambles, a famous medieval street.

Visit York

Hike through the stunning Yorkshire Dales National Park, known for its picturesque landscapes and charming villages.

Explore the Yorkshire Dales

Explore Castle Howard, a magnificent stately home surrounded by beautiful gardens, offering a glimpse into England's aristocratic history.

Castle Howard

Harefield Hall


Rooms at Harefield Hall Guest House are elegant in style, and each features a flat-screen TV, tea and coffee making facilities, and an en suite bathroom with free toiletries.

You can enjoy a fabulous cooked breakfast ranging from full English options to smoked salmon on scrambled eggs, cereals, yogurt, fruit and toast. The restaurant serves delicious homemade Yorkshire puddings and a range of traditional favourites.

Moo Cow Cottage - Pateley Bridge

Tucked away in the picturesque town of Pateley Bridge, nestled in the steep-sided valley of the River Nidd and enjoying a fantastic central location just off the high street. Step out of the door into this quaint town and browse the little alleys and yards from the steep main street which houses many interesting shops, plenty of places to eat and drink, two award-winning butchers, fishmongers, a bakery and the oldest sweet shop in England.



Harefield Hall - Large Double Room

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Harefield Hall - Superior Double Room

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Harefield Hall - Large Double or Twin Room

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Harefield Lodge

Occupying a peaceful location surrounded by a small woodland and perched on the hillside, this charming cottage lies in Pateley Bridge in the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The small town centre is a stone's throw away and is home to an array of unique shops, restaurants, tea rooms and the oldest sweet shop in England.

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