Set in 45 acres of glorious parkland, Nidd Hall is a hidden jewel on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales, near the historic spa town of Harrogate. This magnificent Grade II listed mansion was built in the 1820's with a stunning potpourri of decorative styles; from the Tuscan columns and dome capitals of the west front, to the huge stained-glass panels which illuminate the interior.
During its history, Nidd Hall has hosted many parties with Royal family in attendance and rumour has it that King Edward VIII was introduced to Mrs Wallis Simpson here.
Afternoon Tea is served 1pm to 4pm every day
Booking is essential
Knaresborough and Harrogate
The Terrace Tearooms
Adult Only Hotel
No live music
All major credit cards accepted
Guide dogs only