Relax in our breathtaking Great Hall and enjoy Ordsall Hall’s scrumptious afternoon tea.
The Great Hall was constructed in 1512 by Sir Alexander Radclyffe, a Catholic Royalist in the reformation. The Great Hall is one of the earliest and most impressive timber framed halls in the UK and the perfect location to dine in rich and opulent settings for an afternoon tea with a difference.
Feel free to explore the onsite museum and shop as an added treat.
£30.00 for 2 persons – why not upgrade to a glass of Prosecco for an additional £5.00, booking required.
Available from 1.00 – 2.00pm.
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