Braithwaite Hall
Braithwaite Hall
Braithwaite Hall is a lovely old 17th century farmhouse set in the beautiful countryside of the Coverdale Valley. The interior features period panelling, fireplaces, and an oak staircase with solid plank treads. The Hall was built in 1667, of rubble dresed with ashlar beneath a slate roof. It is two stories high with an attic above, and laid out on a E plan with a pair of projecting wings.
The hall is only open by prior arrangement with the tenant. Please see National Trust website for details. Middleham Castle (English Heritage) is located very near Braithwaite Hall, and the site of Coverham Abbey is less than a mile to the west.