Castles and Fortifications of England and Wales

BROUGHAM HALL


BROUGHAM HALL
Photo Matthew Emmott

It is a 13th century manor house that was fortified in 1307 with a stone hall. It was extended over the years and in the 17th century a pele tower was added and the hall was restored by Lady Clifford. The structure was largely rebuilt in the 19th century and has been restored again over the last 20 years. It how houses a number of craft workshops.


Photo  Matthew Emmott Photo  Matthew Emmott Photo  Matthew Emmott Photo Simon Ledingham

 

Directions
One mile south of Penrith, just off the A6 on the B6262
Penrith CA10 2DE

 



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