NY 514-300 Cumbria England
Dockray Hall is a 15th century hall house, which has been absorbed in the construction of a 16th century coaching inn. Richard, duke of Gloucester, later King Richard III is reputed to have stayed here, when alterations were being made to Penrith Castle and the room where he slept, is now a store room. Nearby is the Church of St Andrew.
Dockray Hall is located in Penrith, off the Great Dockray. 21 miles south of Carlisle, on the M6-A592.
The site is the Gloucester Arms public house and is freely accessible in daylight hours.
There are car parks nearby.