The North Wing is quite literally a wing of Wyresdale Park, a Grade 2 listed Victorian manor house. The house sits in an expansive estate with 800 acres of upland fell, ancient woodland and with a boating and fishing lake to explore. 

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Nestled within a Grade II listed property, the North Wing's bridal party accommodation is a self-catering, three bedroom wing of Wyresdale Park.

The house is filled with original furniture from the 1850s

As well as the property’s own facilities guests will be able to enjoy the expansive estate with 800 acres of upland fell, ancient woodland and with a boating and fishing lake.

A well equipped kitchen & diner provides a spacious area for drinks and seating for ten. At 10m x 5m this large open plan space makes a handsome entertainment area.

After dinner, why not sneak through to the oak panelled drawing room, and sit by the fire with a glass of something fizzy or cocktail from the honesty bar.

Take your morning coffee in the private courtyard.

The bathroom contains many original features made originally for the house in the 1850s. While it is a private bathroom, though please note it is across a hallway, which is also private (gowns are provided).


Available for one night (including all 3 bedrooms) for £300 or for two nights at £500.




Wyresdale Park sits on the western slopes of the Forest of Bowland, a designated area of outstanding natural beauty, with varied habitats and far reaching views, from the tip of Wales across to the Isle of Man and the top of the Cumbrian Fells.  Scorton Village is less than a mile from the estate, with a local shop, a pub The Priory and a restaurant and garden centre. The beautiful and historic city of Lancaster is only 9 miles away, with a busy pedestrianised shopping centre of cobbled streets, a number of lovely waterside pubs, including the Water Witch, a theatre The Lancaster Grand, a roving theatre The Dukes and Williamson Park.

The Lake District has a busy arts program, as well as stunning scenery and charming villages, and Kendal, home to the Brewery Arts Centre and is only 30 miles away. Manchester can be reached in an hour by train from Lancaster.