Bedale Hall occupies a prominent position at one end of the Market Place opposite St Gregory's Church and is set in the beautiful parkland of Bedale Park.
It was described as "really a Country House placed in a Town" by Pevsner. The orininal hall was probably built in the 17th century, but was transformed into the "Palladian Mansion" we see today in about 1730. Its classic interior contains exceptional examples of Rococo plasterwork in both the hallway and saloon (ballroom). For more information please visit the Hall's website or come and see it for yourself.
Located in Bedale Hall you will also find Bedale Tourist Information Centre, Bedale Community Library, Bedale Museum and the Offices of Bedale Town Council.
Bedale Hall CIO
The Hall is managed by Bedale Hall CIO and various rooms are available to hire for weddings, functions and events. Please contact the Hall Manager, Sally Williams, to discuss availability.