WELCOME TO PARCEVALL HALL


PARCEVALL HALL IS CURRENTLY CLOSED  
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.

 

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Our Guests Tell Us...

“I appreciate the homely atmosphere, the good food and the fellowship.  It is that sense of relaxation that comes upon you when driving towards the Hall – the roads get narrower and the anticipation builds until you arrive – wonderful!”
 
"An experience of great joy and fellowship"
 
"Wonderful food, fellowship and fun.  Thank you to all the staff for making us so welcome."
 
“Parcevall Hall is a place of prayer but definitely not fasting & having such meals for any woman who has to plan, shop, cook and wash up normally put in front of her regularly is a holiday in itself. They also cater for any need. It is wonderful to have homemade food created just on the spot.”
 
"Thanks to you all once again for your hospitality. Perfect as usual. Parcevall has worked its magic yet again."
 
"What a glorious location in sunshine and snow! Far away from the city, a place of peace to be returned to. Thank you."
 
“We all enjoy being looked after, nothing is too much trouble”
 
"This lovely place just keeps on getting better and better! It is a privilege to stay here."
 
"A feast of delight in every respect. Thank you."
 
“Underpinning all this is the tangible presence of the Lord; the mysterious factor that makes PH a retreat house, not a hotel, undefinably different. This I believe is due to PH being steeped in prayer, the dedicated staff & not forgetting the Chaplains. This tangible presence I know is felt by non-Christians who come for non-Christian meeting/conferences etc. They have asked ‘What is it that is so different about this place?’”