Goldsborough Hall is a 17th Century Grade 2 listed stately building, set in beautiful uninterrupted parkland. The hall has a very rich Royal connection with HRH Princess Mary, who lived here during the 1920s.
Afternoon tea at Goldsborough Hall consists of dainty finger sandwiches, a selection of miniature cakes and freshly baked scones with clotted cream and homemade strawberry jam, served with a selection of teas or coffee.
The Hall is situated in the village of Goldsborough, just south of the A59 near Knaresborough about five miles from Harrogate and has excellent connections to the A1M, Leeds, York and Leeds/Bradford airport.
Afternoon Tea is served 12pm to 4pm every day
Pre-booking is essential as there are occasions when the hall is booked for exclusive events and so afternoon tea isn't available.
The Orangery or Jacobean Library.
Children of all ages welcome
No live music
All major credit cards accepted with the exception of American Express.
yes, weather permitting
Guide dogs only