A period ii listed building in the heart of Nidderdale.
Grassfield Hall, owned by Lisa and Alex Homer is situated on the edge of Pateley Bridge.
Pateley Bridge, a traditional Dales town, has beautiful riverside walks and views that will take your breath away. Within easy reach are Grassington, Ripley and the majestic spa town of Harrogate. The area also boasts many natural and cultural attractions such as How Stean Gorge outdoor adventure centre, Brimham rocks and Fountains Abbey World Heritage site.
After being restored from a derelict shell over a ten-year period, Grassfield Hall’s restoration was carefully planned and designed by Lisa and Alex. The hall is stylish and sophisticated, with high quality furniture and fittings and beautiful handpicked decor.
The Grade II listed building has 8 bedrooms, all of which are spacious and luxurious with double height ceilings and sumptuous beds, individually designed marble en suite bathrooms, some of which feature Jacuzzis with built in TV’s.
The downstairs has high ceilings, traditional features and a grand double height hallway with checkerboard marble floor, all done with love and sympathy to compliment the grandeur of the building.
Its been a rollercoaster ride for couples planning their wedding this year. The ups and downs, and will it won’t it happen has been enough to test any relationship, but our beautiful bride Melissa from a wedding we hosted in September here at Grassfield Hall, sums up what is really important….All you need is love! […]
The Collins Family In 1896 the Collins family took up residence at Grassfield House. The head of the household, Major Collins was a Royal surgeon, and met his wife, Olympie Amelie, whilst travelling to Mauritius with the Army. Their seven children were all adults by the time they moved to Grassfield, we are not entirely […]
The Hutchinson Family Grassfield house as it was known in 1810, was built by entrepreneur Teasdale Hanley Hutchinson, who, while the house was being constructed, lived across the river at Harefield Hall. The Hutchinson family leased and managed local lead mines in the area, and previously had been involved with lead mining in Alston, where […]