SION HILL HALL
“A Masterpiece in the Neo-Georgian Style”
Gallery
SION HILL HALL
“A Masterpiece in the Neo-Georgian Style”
Gardens
SION HILL HALL
“A Masterpiece in the Neo-Georgian Style”
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Experience Sion Hill Hall - An Edwardian Stately Home

One of the last Edwardian stately homes to be built in Yorkshire prior to the Great War, Sion Hill Hall is a fine example of neo-Georgian architecture. It’s beautifully furnished rooms and charming garden make this a splendid example of an Edwardian country house designed in the Arts and Crafts period.

Hall

An Arts and Crafts period house of outstanding neo-Georgian architectural detail designed in 1913 by the renowned architect Walter H. Brierley, of York.

Gardens

Five acres of beautifully restored charming gardens designed to compliment the neo-Georgian style house.

News & Events

Keeping you informed of news and events at Sion Hill Hall; Cook’s Seasonal Recipes, Tour Dates, Plant Fair & Open Garden Day, and more.

Visitor Information

Experience the grandeur and elegance of Sion Hill Hall on an exclusive group tour. Guided tours are available throughout the year, by prior arrangement, to groups with a minimum number of 20 visitors. For individuals and groups fewer than 20 there are several Invitation To View days on which visitors can join a guided group tour (max. of 30 visitors on each tour). For further details and information about our Invitation To View days please visit our News & Events Page.

The house and grounds are also available for alternative bookings. If you’d like to arrange a bespoke visit to this beautiful country house in Yorkshire, and wish to discuss your requirements please do not hesitate to get in touch. Follow the link below to find out more.