Hatfeild Hall is a beautiful 18 Century building accessed via its long sweeping tree-lined drive, you realise that you are approaching a hidden gem, so convenient, yet so remote.
The setting of the Hall couldnt be bettered, from following the driveway, with the 18 hole Golf Course on each side, passing the impressive fountain on your left, the view suddenly opens up to reveal the majestic 18th Century Hall placed prominently, looking down over the surrounding Golf Course. Its tranquillity is breath taking and will certainly leave an impression on your guests.
The Hall has much history to it, including the fabled Mulberry Bush opposite its entrance, where folklore has it that a cutting from it was replanted in Wakefield Prison and the rhyme Here we go round the Mulberry Bush originated.
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