love as you find

Broughton Hall Estate

Serving a New Way of Life

Covid-19 Statement

As a place of inner transformation for outer change, Broughton Hall Estate is dedicated to our community. We recognise these times of uncertainty and want to reassure you about any plans you may have with us. We are committed to being as flexible as we can in these uncertain times so please do contact us directly if you have any concerns.

We are monitoring any updates on the Coronavirus very carefully, and ensuring our policies are reviewed daily in accordance, and we encourage all of our community to adhere to Government and Public Health England guidance.

We do hope that this provides you with some reassurance. We will still endeavour to ‘serve a new way of life’ with all that experience Broughton Hall Estate and will remain vigilant in making our procedures and processes as rigorous as possible within the guidance provided.

The Broughton Hall Estate is home to a magnificent Historic House, a collection of unique Holiday Homes and an off-grid Shepherd’s Hut.

The Broughton Hall Estate provides the ultimate retreat for transformation.

Our collection of exquisite venues are an ideal choice for bringing friends, family and networks together.

Set within the beautiful Yorkshire Dales, our 3,000 acre Estate is a wondrous mix of rolling meadow pastures, ancient woodland, heather moorland, wild reservoirs and meandering rivers.

From filming, music and theatre to media, art and fashion, we are a unique and exciting venue to produce, collaborate and create.

A range of inspiring spaces available for businesses, meetings, training, product launches, staff incentives, wellbeing days and team building activities.



The Broughton Hall Estate has been the home of the Tempest family since 1097 and enjoys a rich history stretching back over the Millennium.

roger and paris avalon philosophy


The vision for the Broughton Hall Estate from custodian Roger Tempest and his partner, director and co-founder of Avalon, Paris Ackrill.



Our 3,000 acre sanctuary allows you to reconnect with nature and reminds us of the intrinsic connection of all things.