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...

“I always feel when there that it is so special that it is almost part of a different world as it is so beautiful and relaxing. Plus of course the staff are great, the food wonderful and the peace inspiring. I am always telling other people about the place.”
 
"Absolutely beautiful!  We have felt so at home here. Thank you."
 
"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."
 
"A wonderful place for space to think and reflect. Amazing hospitality. Thank you."
 
"A wonderful peaceful place. Very gentle and kind companions in every way."
 
“Somehow, the house is greater than any one individual, yet all the individuals are needed to supply warmth and care. It is a soulful place where people have the time to listen; and the 'lost, low and lonely' have the time to speak and be heard without interruption.”
 
“We only come once a year & keep coming because we just love to come! Everything is perfect for our group! You seem to supply all our needs!”
 
"Your staff have always been wonderful and have become more than just staff – they are friends."
 
"A memorable Christmas - every element of feasting, fellowship and worship. Thank you indeed."
 
“So great not to have to cook and to eat such great food”