SE 003-464 Yorkshire England
Farnhill Hall is a 14th or 15th century stone fortified manor house, founded by the Fernhill family. Built in line, the house originally comprised of a central single storey hall, with a two storey chamber block and a two storey kitchen block, built on the gable ends. Altered in the 16th and 19th century, the hall is of two storeys and the chamber block, three storeys. Embattled turrets flank the angles of the hall and above the Regency entrance, is a machicolated garret. The hall is a rare survivor, of a medieval three-unit house of a single build. 3 miles north is Skipton Castle and 9 miles north-east is Barden Tower.
Farnhill Hall is located in the village centre, off Main Street. 14 miles north-west of Bradford, on the A650-A629.
The site is strictly private and the view from the road is restricted.
Car parking is by the side of the road.