Nidd Hall Hotel Warner Leisure Hotels is situated on 45 acres of beautiful, lush gardens and is the perfect getaway for those that value traditional English architecture and hospitality. Nidd Hall was built approximately 100 years before Elizabethan times and this elegant Georgian building is Grade II heritage listed.
This majestic hotel offers a swimming pool, sauna, steam room and fully equipped gym. For those preferring outside activities, Nidd Hall offers a beautiful fishing lake. Nidd Hall is only 20 minutes away from Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal Gardens, a site which is world heritage listed because of its outstanding historical and aesthetic importance.
Why not stay a little longer to see this breathtaking national trust site. You will also be pleased to hear that all bookings include breakfast and a three course dinner with live entertainment in the Rawson Restaurant.
Built in the 18th century by a wealthy Bradford wool merchant, Nidd is a potpourri of architectural styles. Rumour has it that Edward VIII met Wallis Simpson at a party here.
Nidd Hall Hotel has a range of bedrooms to suit all tastes.
Take a dip in the pool, or stroll through stunning historic gardens. Enjoy a game of snooker, take a yoga class, or simply go for a good long walk its up to you.
where you can swim a couple of lengths in our indoor heated swimming pool or just relax in the spa pool. Our sauna & steam room are the perfect place to relax after a day full of daytime activities.
With live music and shows every evening and a whole host of things to do during the day included in the price, there’s always something to do on a Warner Hotel break. You can learn archery, have a go at rifle shooting or take a more relaxing holiday with a dip in the pool or stroll through the gardens, the choice is yours.
Wherever you choose to take your break with Warner, you’ll find lots of great places to explore in the surrounding countryside.
lovely hotels and villages scattered around the UK, with a choice of settings that include historic country houses and coastal hideaways. Each hotel or village offers a unique view of the best of Britain.