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.

 

 

Our Guests Tell Us...

"I've had a wonderful time here with supportive tutors and excellent food. My first time here has left a lasting impression!"
 
“Parcevall is a place where the wells of God’s peace and presence are open and flowing”
 
“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!”
 
"With much thanks for all the care you have given us throughout our stay."
 
“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.”
 
“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!”
 
"Excellent food, thanks, wonderful stay"
 
“We all enjoy being looked after, nothing is too much trouble”
 
"Many thanks to you and your lovely staff for looking after us so well - the food just gets better each time - the welcome special - the sense of deep peace within the house amazing."
 
"Excellent stay, excellent food, excellent room.  Parcevall Hall is an oasis of infinite calm, peace and tranquility in a desert of daily stress, pressure and worry! Who needs a 7 star hotel when heaven on earth exists here? So now my visit's over, I'll join my hands and pray, for the glory that is Parcevall, that it may not pass away"