Wortley Hall

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Wortley Village
Wortley
Yorkshire
England
S35 7DB

Wortley Hall , Wortley

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Wortley Hall is situated within 26 acres of formal garden and woodland. Within the grounds there is a small lake an abundance of wildlife and pleasant walks in a very peaceful environment. Inside the Hall we have a games room, with a darts board and a snooker and pool table.

The bar lounges provide a comfortable atmosphere for relaxing in the evenings. Bar meals are served Lunchtimes and Evenings, Our popular Restaurant is open Tuesday to Saturday

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