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High Hall, Appletreewick

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High Hall, Appletreewick

YDNPA, 2004,

High Hall, Appletreewick

YDNPA, 2004,

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High Hall, Appletreewick

Historical Environment Record No: MYD34203

Parish: Appletreewick

OS Grid Reference: SE054600

Dale: Lower Wharfedale

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High Hall in Appletreewick was built in the Tudor period by Sir William Craven, a former Lord Mayor of London who was apparently born in a cottage opposite. It is built of coursed ashlar masonry and is a large, two bay house with three storeys and a basement. The Great Hall has an 8-light stone mullion window that contains original 17th century diamond paned glass. Inside, the hall is floored with large diamond shaped stone flags. Above the hall lies a drawing room of the same size. All the way round this room is a large frieze of 16th or 17th century plasterwork. Source: Hartley, Marie & Ingilby, Joan (1991) The Yorkshire Dales. Otley: Smith Settle RCHME (1989) High Hall, Appletreewick. York: RCHME Stockdale, Alan & Townend, John (2002) Burnsall School. Burnsall: Trustees of Burnsall School


Appletreewick is on minor road between Burnsall and Skyreholme. High Hall is on road through village opposite Chapel of St John the Baptist. View from road. No public access.

Public Transport Details

Nearest town/village: Appletreewick or Burnsall. Call Traveline on 0870 608 2 608 to plan your journey. After the welcome message key in 885 for North Yorkshire information.


Viewable from roadside.

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