About Parcevall Hall
Parcevall Hall was built on land which belonged to Bolton Priory, and is Grade II* Listed, its oldest part dating back to 1586.
Records show that Persevall’s Ferme was bought by Sir John Yorke and occupied by his two sons at different times before coming into the possession of Christopher Lowson and his wife Elizabeth, who made additions to the house in 1671.
For the next two hundred years the house was occupied by a succession of farmers and tenants, including the Yorke family who returned for a short period in the 19th century.
We have a small, dedicated team of cooks, housekeepers, front of house and backroom staff who keep the Hall running smoothly and make their own valuable contribution to the Hall’s atmosphere of welcome. Canon Graham Bettridge is our long serving Chaplain, He is available for quiet days and services, and time with Graham can be arranged through the Hall for confession, prayer or a confidential chat.
There are 17 charming and simple but comfortable bedrooms at Parcevall Hall, which can accommodate up to 28 people.
The Meeting Rooms
Our largest meeting room has a high quality audio-visual system and we have two smaller meeting rooms ideal for smaller groups.
Private bookings from groups and individuals can be made for a day or more of peace away from the busyness of daily life.
The Solar Lounge
Our guests’ favourite gathering place. It’s a welcoming and comfortable room which also houses the bar and leads to an outdoor terrace.
Single guests are always welcome.We don’t charge a single supplement, and you won’t be asked to share your room.
Parcevall has an indoor and an outdoor chapel. All are welcome to our services. There is a service of Holy Communion in the indoor chapel each Tuesday at 10.15am.