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East Riddlesden Hall

The East Riddlesden Hall is 17th century manor house, now owned by the National Trust, it perches on a small plateau overlooking a bend in the River Aire on its way downstream from the town of Keighley. Interesting features include well-restored living accommodation on two floors, a priest-hole to hide Roman Catholic clergy during the Reformation, a Yorkshire Rose window, walled garden, and a ghost (reputedly).

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  • For more detail see the National Trust pages by clicking on this external link: [1] (http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/scripts/nthandbook.dll?ACTION=PROPERTY&PROPERTYID=337)



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