The Hall was formerly a grand country estate with 736 acres including several farms and its own lake.
Today the Hall is privately owned and is available for unique and exclusive weddings, special celebrations and private functions, as well as self-catering breaks. The property and gardens provide an impressive backdrop for those looking for something that little bit extra special.
Originally built in around 1800, Yeldersley Hall is a magnificent Georgian Country House
that stands in 12 acres of gardens and paddocks.
The Hall itself is steeped in history and has been sympathetically maintained and restored with many original features preserved throughout the property. There have been several owners over the years, many with particularly notable connections including St. Pancras Train Station, The Royal Family, and even James Bond!
From 1947 to 1972, an inventor named Clarence Fell lived at Yeldersley Hall. He made his money after the war when he formed a company making aero-panniers which carried goods in a wicker basket attached to an aeroplane. He also designed and manufactured a continuous coal burning boiler and a new type of brick.