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Carlton Towers

Carlton Towers is a magnificent Grade 1 listed country house, it is the family home of Lord and Lady Gerald Fitzalan Howard, younger brother of the 18th Duke of Norfolk.

  • Sleeps 31
  • Beds 16
  • Baths 16

If fully occupied, price per person per night is usually between £226 and £301.

Carlton Towers is a unique stately home, where your wedding day dreams can be turned into reality.

  • Indoors 250
  • Capacity 300

Additional fees may be applied for events; please enquire for details.

North Yorkshire

Carlton Towers, Carlton, Yorkshire DN14 9LZ

  • Weekends

    £14,000 - £28,000

  • Full Weeks

    £49,000 - £62,000

Listing under review – details subject to change!

Family 

Carlton Towers is a magnificent Grade 1 listed country house, it is the family home of Lord & Lady Gerald Fitzalan Howard, younger brother of the 18th Duke of Norfolk and sits on a 3,000-acre estate with lake in village of Carlton, in North Yorkshire, surrounded by 250 acres of parkland. 

In 1990 Gerald and Emma moved from London to Carlton Towers. Prior to their arrival, the house had been unoccupied for some 20 years. Gerald & Emma embarked upon an extensive restoration of the house to create a beautiful family home for them and their three children. Arthur, Florence and Grace.  But this isn’t what make this home special. You only discover that when crossing the threshold.

History 

Originally recorded as one of the Yorkshire manors held by Robert de Bruce at the time of the Domesday survey.

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House Facts

'The priest's hiding hole' can be viewed from a bedroom through the glass in the floor. The venerable Thomas Thwing was captured here in 1680. He was hanged, drawn and quartered on the Knavesmire at York.

Reviews

Beautiful place. Pity they don't do just house tours. Staff fantastic, really helpful and polite.

Lovely place and grounds. I've been to the market here and they have had a good variety of stalls.

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