Leighton Hall is located 3 miles from Junction 35 of the M6, and is accessed by following the brown tourism signs up
the A6 and through the village of Yealand Conyers.
Plenty of parking is available on arrival, approximately 100 metres from the front door. Blue badge holders are invited to
park as near the front door as possible. The designated car park is on grass and the coach park on a tarmac surface.
The Hall is open to the public from the beginning of May to the end of September from 2pm to 5pm. Also Bank Holiday
Sundays and Mondays. Plus Sundays in August. Pre-booked groups of 20+adults and children are welcome throughout
the year. All visits must be pre-booked through the website www.leightonhall.co.uk.
Entry to the Hall is via three shallow steps at the front door. There is a ramp to enable wheelchair access.
The tour of the Hall covers two floors, with stair access only to the first floor. Visitors are guided round the hall in groups
and you should allow approximately 1.5 hours to hear the full story. Tours take place at various times throughout the
afternoon, and for group visits can also be pre- booked in the morning if required.
There are no roped off areas and visitors are encouraged to explore the different rooms, ask questions and to touch
items where appropriate. For those that find standing for long periods difficult, there are chairs available in each room
and a wheelchair available to loan, free of charge.
There is also an accessible loo within the hall.
A bird of prey flying display is included in the ticket price and takes place (weather permitting) at 3:30pm on open days
during the Summer season.
The gardens are nearby and look their best from late Spring to early Autumn. Along with the tea garden, they are
accessible for wheelchairs. The adjacent woodland walk and nature trail is accessible for electric wheelchairs but due to
the uneven nature of the woodland path would be difficult for a manual chair.
The Tea Room and Gift Shop are also accessed from the garden with plenty of outdoor furniture for visitors to enjoy tea
outside on sunny days.
Members of staff are on duty throughout the day to welcome you and offer any assistance you may require. For any
queries or if you require assistance, please telephone 01524 734474 or email email@example.com
* Please note that all our cakes, scones and traybakes as well as other products may contain nuts or may have been in
contact with nuts during their preparation. A full list of ingredients is available on request.
Leighton Hall, Carnforth, Lancashire LA5 9ST
Telephone: 01524 734474
9am– 5pm. Monday – Friday (Please use answering machine or email out of hours)
May – September.
2pm – 5pm.
Also open Bank Holiday Sundays and Mondays and on Sundays in August only. Please check website for open days and special events.
Throughout the Year:
We are delighted to open the house and welcome pre-booked groups of 20+ throughout the year.
Please see our website for details of various packages available.
All visits to the hall must be pre-booked via our website.
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