Church Street, Goldsborough, Knaresborough, North Yorkshire,
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The Princess Mary Drawing Room is the perfect space for your Wedding Breakfast.
Built in c1620 for Sir Richard Hutton, acting Lord Chief Justice, the hall was later remodelled in the 1750s by the eminent architects Robert Adam and John Carr of York. Goldsorough Hall came to fame in the 1920s as the the former residence of HRH Princess Mary (the Queen's aunt), who lived here after her marriage to Viscount Lascelles (later the 6th earl of Harewood).
Goldsorough Hall stands in 12 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds boasting unspoilt elevated views over the historic gardens and tranquil parkland, making it one of the most private, exclusive and beautiful places to visit in Yorkshire.
When we bought the hall nearly 10 years ago, we realised that houses like this were built for entertaining. If we were to secure its long term future, we knew we had to give the Hall a reason to exist and wanted to create was a unique way in which people could come and enjoy this historic house and setting whilst still maintaining it as our family home.
The Princess Mary Drawing Room is the perfect space for your Wedding Breakfast. The light pours in through the three vast double aspect windows, creating a marvellous bright and airy family atmosphere.