WELCOME TO PARCEVALL HALL

Parcevall Hall is the retreat house of the Anglican Diocese of Leeds. We warmly welcome residential guests and day visitors all the year round.

Individual private guests and groups of many kinds, secular and religious, have come here to experience peace and tranquillity since the hall opened as a Retreat House in 1963.

Private bookings from groups and individuals can be made for a day or more of peace away from the busyness of daily life.

Single guests are always welcome.  They tell us they feel relaxed and at home here, often make new friends and enjoy good company.  We don’t charge a single supplement, and you won’t be asked to share your room.

Our Guests Tell Us...

"Many thanks for a wonderful experience.  What a beautiful house.  The staff are marvellous."
 
“We have been visiting the Hall for a number of years and have always received a very warm welcome from the staff. The home cooked food is very enjoyable and the staff will always prepare an alternative dish if required for whatever reason”
 
"Many thanks to the Hall for a truly wonderful weekend"
 
“I've been to a couple of organised Quiet Days and they have been super.  Good welcome, freedom to use a great deal of the house (so helpful) and the garden is just wonderful.”
 
“We all enjoy being looked after, nothing is too much trouble”
 
“Parcevall has a warm and relaxing atmosphere, as soon as I arrive I feel "at home".”
 
"Wonderful food, fellowship and fun.  Thank you to all the staff for making us so welcome."
 
"So great to be back in this very welcoming environment - the house, the gardens, the hills - and most importantly, the staff!"
 
"What an absolute treat it is to spend time here at this beautiful Hall. The peaceful setting and friendships made here will stay in the memory for a long time."
 
"I just wanted to say how much my group enjoyed their weekend at Parcevall Hall. They thought the venue was wonderful, they loved their rooms, the grounds, the food and the staff - helpful but unobtrusive was one comment I picked up.  As an organiser, I didn't have to worry about anything, it really could not have been better."