Leeds

Lotherton Hall

  Lotherton Lane      +44 113 378 2959     more than a year ago
A beautiful piece of Edwardian architecture just outside Leeds, Lotherton Hall is the sort of place you expect to see in a period drama, a series featuring wealthy folk getting into all sorts of bother with social norms and maybe even falling in love with a peasant or two. The hall was actually used as a voluntary hospital during World War I, its 12th century Norman chapel proving particularly useful, before it slowly evolved into its current form — massive wealthy mansion for us to gawp at. The collection of art is particularly stunning.

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