East Riddlesden Hall is a rare survival of the seventeenth century on the outskirts of urban Keighley.
It is set in mature grounds with beech trees and a large duck pond.
The interior has a wonderful ambience, furnished with textiles, Yorkshire oak furniture and pewter, together with fine examples of 17th-century embroidery.
The ruined façade of the Starkie wing, covered in clematis, honeysuckle and roses, provides a dramatic backdrop to the garden.
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