Bretton Hall

Bretton Hall may refer to:

  • Bretton Hall, Flintshire, former fortified manor house on the England/Wales border
  • Bretton Hall, West Yorkshire, stately home in England
  • Bretton Hall College in West Yorkshire, England
  • Bretton Hall, Manhattan, hotel in New York City, United States

Other articles related to "bretton hall, hall":

West Bretton - History - Bretton Hall
... Bretton Hall was built about 1720 by Sir William Wentworth, assisted by James Moyser, in 500 acres (2.0 km2) of lakes and parkland ... The Beaumont family, the Viscounts Allendale acquired the hall in 1792 employing John Carr, the Horbury born architect, to remodel the library and dining room in 1793 ... The hall was enlarged between 1811 and 1814 and the stables built from 1842 to 1852 ...

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