Links

Parcevall Hall Gardens – www.parcevallhallgardens.co.uk

The Diocese of Leeds – www.leeds.anglican.org

The Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham – www.walsinghamanglican.org.uk

Ripon Cathedral – www.riponcathedral.info

Bradford Cathedral – www.bradfordcathedral.org

Wakefield Cathedral – www.wakefieldcathedral.org.uk

Our Guests Tell Us...

"Wonderful.  Such warmth and friendliness"
 
“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.”
 
"We have been privileged again to spend creative time in this beautiful place. We have been well cared for and very well fed. Thank you. The house, the gardens and the views have worked their magic bringing peace and rest and delight. Who could ask for more?"
 
"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."
 
"Your staff have always been wonderful and have become more than just staff – they are friends."
 
"As ever - perfect! Nowhere else has the atmosphere, food or company!"
 
"Wonderful food, fellowship and fun.  Thank you to all the staff for making us so welcome."
 
“The best breakfasts we have ever had on holiday and we have had some good ones. Really good food!”
 
"The most special of times.  No other days match this unique occasion"
 
"Many thanks for a wonderful experience.  What a beautiful house.  The staff are marvellous."