Luxury Exclusive Use Venue in Northern England

Exclusively Yours

Exclusively Yours

Staying at Broughton Hall offers a unique and authentic opportunity to experience life in a traditional stately home, set within the walls of its own estate. An exclusive stay offers guests private use of the staterooms, facilities and immediate gardens, whether it be for a day, a week or a month.

Rural Retreats

Escape the 'everyday' and indulge in the opulence of Broughton Hall. This Georgian style stately property can cater for any type of exclusive-use stay, including meetings and conferences, family reunions and luxury holidays. It is also a fantastic venue for location filming and product launches.

Unlike a private club or hotel, there are no rules and regulations and no set times for anything; enjoy the luxury of afternoon tea in the red drawing room or immerse yourself in one of the library’s ancient books as you discover the magical history of the Broughton Hall Estate.

This venue is all about getting together and having a good time; it is the place for good conversation around roaring log fires, savouring fine wines from Broughton's cellar and enjoying fine regional food with friends.

Whether you need the assistance of the property's expert team or prefer to do your own thing, you will be assured that on the Broughton Hall Estate you'll experience the very best of Yorkshire hospitality.


The bedrooms at Broughton Hall are all wonderfully furnished and each enjoys a very individual character; the wood panelled Victorian Oak Room, the quirkiness of the Old Nursery and the regal grandeur of the North Room are sure to guarantee a memorable experience for all.

Every bedroom enjoys striking views of the beautifully landscaped parkland and 17th century formal gardens. The bathrooms have a character of their own too – from walk-in marble showers and comfortable roll-top baths to spacious and uniquely decorative havens.

Kevin, Bentley

I love this unbelievable place. I enjoyed every minute I spent here!

Broughton Hall Gallery