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the perfect place...

Venue of Distinction

Exclusive Country Retreat

Picturesque Location

Your Special Day

Fairytale Setting

Welcome to Rudby Hall...

The excitement is building...... Preparations are underway.....

Rudby Hall is soon to become North Yorkshire’s newest luxury country house hotel and exclusive wedding and function venue. Built in 1838 for the daughter of King William IV Princess Amelia Cary and her husband the 10th Viscount Falkland, Rudby Hall is a former royal residence.

Soon, for the very first time in its colourful history, this exceptional Grade II* listed building will be enjoyed as a venue of distinction. You will be able to experience the grandeur of having exclusive use of your very own country house and ten acres of idyllic grounds to host your private function.

 

Surrounded by beautiful countryside and located on the edge of the North York Moors National Park, Rudby Hall will provide the perfect private setting for weddings, civil marriages and civil partnership ceremonies, family celebrations, business meetings, corporate events, team building, shoot party accommodation and private functions. We will strive to offer a personalised service, professionalism and attention to every detail to ensure your event will be unique, bespoke and truly memorable.

You will be able to stay in one of our individually designed suites and make Rudby Hall your base to explore the stunning natural beauty of the local area. Alternatively you may simply wish to relax, revive and rejuvenate in the peaceful surroundings of Rudby Hall. With our emphasis on the individual, the choice will be yours…..

Weddings

Weddings

Corporate

Corporate

Shoot Parties

Shoot Parties

Private Hire

Private Hire

Accommodation

Accommodation

The History of Rudby Hall

Rudby Hall is an exceptional Grade II* Listed country house that was designed in the Georgian style by the famous architect Anthony Salvin and completed in 1838. It was built for a newly wed couple, the 10th Viscount Falkland (Lucius Bentinck Cary) who was a British colonial administrator and Liberal politician and his bride Amelia …
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