Tucked into the West Yorkshire countryside between Leeds and Sheffield, and just ten minutes from junction 39 of the M1, Bagden Hall is perfect for corporate events and West Yorkshire business meetings, for weddings and private parties, and for a relaxing break in Yorkshire’s ‘Last of The Summer Wine’ country, with the Peak District and Brontë Country close by.
The hotel sits in 40 acres of secluded parkland, with its own lake. Choose between our à la carte Glendale Restaurant or more informal Norton’s Bar & Bistro, and all 36 en-suite rooms, some set in the main house and some a moment’s walk away in our Lakeside Lodge, offer style and comfort befitting an elegant country house.
We look forward to welcoming you to Bagden Hall.
Bagden Hall was originally built by Charles Norton a wealthy mill owner, who made his fortune running Nortonthorpe’s weaving mills which supplied yarn to weavers for ‘fancy waistcoat goods’.
The reason for such an elevated residence, perched high on the side of the valley, was to enable him to be above the grime of the mills, but look over his land and, undoubtedly, his business.