The original estate dates back to 1253, however, the hall was burned down around 1734 and was rebuilt by Henry Ibbetson, only to be destroyed by fire again in 1743.
It was Sir John Ibbetson who, in 1776, commissioned John Carr, of York – renowned as the leading architect of his era in the North of England – to create the Denton Hall we know today. Carr also designed Harewood House and the stable block of Castle Howard.
The hall is set in the heart of 2,500 acres of colourful, secluded, landscaped grounds, which feature their own manicured lawns, mature woodlands, working farms and two lakes – bringing a picturesque blend of tranquillity and sophistication - the perfect backdrop to our wide range of sporting and team-building activities.
It features four meeting rooms, two communal breakout areas and a dedicated dining room serving home-made food, scones and biscuits.
It is a unique and inspiring venue for hosting business meetings, conferences, seminars, training and creative team-building events, and product launches.
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