Hovingham Hall

About Hovingham Hall

For 450 years Hovingham has been the home of the Worsley family. The Palladian house was built between 1750 and 1770 by Thomas Worsley, to his own design, and is unique in being entered through the Riding School.

Riding school entrance

Hovingham is in the heart of North Yorkshire located 17 miles North of the City of York. The majority of the Estate lies within the Howardian Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Visit Hovingham Hall


Accessible public toilet

Not at the Hall but can use the w.c. at the Village Hall.


Wheelchair accessible.
Special dietary requirements (gluten free/vegan) catered for.

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Hovingham Hall provides a range of facilities


No café but tea/coffee/biscuits/cream teas available – must be pre-booked.

Car parking

Car parking on the Hall greens directly in front of the Hall.

Dogs at Hovingham Hall

Guide dogs only.

Getting here

Contact us

Hovingham Hall, Hovingham, York, YO62 4LU
YTel 01653 628771
Email Hovingham Hall


Located in Hovingham 17 miles north of the City of York.

Public transport

On the bus route – Malton to Helmsley

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