WELCOME TO PARCEVALL HALL

Parcevall Hall is the retreat house and conference centre of the Church of England Diocese of Leeds.

With excellent facilities for conferences, retreats and holidays, it offers the comfort and character of an old house, the peace of a rural setting and the scenic beauty of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.

Available to private individuals as well as to religious and secular groups alike, the Hall can be booked for residential conferences and holidays or for day groups and evening functions.

 

 

 

 

 

Our Guests Tell Us...

"A lovely place to find oneself."
 
“The staff are so welcoming and treat us as old friends”
 
"Absolutely beautiful!  We have felt so at home here. Thank you."
 
“Parcevall Hall is a wonderful place!  It is comfortable, homely, welcoming and the food is amazing.  It is in a beautiful setting and the gardens are beautiful too.  All the staff are friendly and helpful - nothing is ever a bother, and the general atmosphere is warm and relaxing.”
 
"I came laden with sorrow and the load became lighter. I felt safe and protected and I leave with a glow, a sense of serenity and peace."
 
"Thanks to you all once again for your hospitality. Perfect as usual. Parcevall has worked its magic yet again."
 
“We all enjoy being looked after, nothing is too much trouble”
 
“We have been more than impressed with your lovely staff, whom we now regard as personal friends.”
 
“From the first time I visited Parcevall Hall in 2001 it has for me remained the favourite retreat house of all those our group has stayed at.”
 
“The welcome at Parcevall is so warm that you feel part of an extended family. The unobtrusive way in which we are looked after is always appreciated; the attentive care for our every need being a hallmark of Parcevall hospitality. The house and gardens are delightful, the location idyllic. The quality of the food is excellent with more than sufficient. The house is very accommodating with its distinctive rooms and rare sense of peace. As a small group we appreciate being offered a place in which we can study, think and reflect together as well as the use of various spaces within the house and gardens and we value the ability to find quiet even when the Hall is busy.”