Willersley Castle Hotel and Park :: Shared Description

Intended home of Sir Richard Arkwright, who died before completion, by London architect William Thomas. Completed in 1792. The park was laid out as a pleasure garden by John Webb at the same time.

The building was used as an Auxiliary Hospital during the first world war.

Now a hotel run by the Methodist Guild. (LinkExternal link )

This is a grade II* listed building, see LinkExternal link and the park is listed too LinkExternal link
by Bob Harvey

12 images use this description:

SK2957 : Scarthin Rock by Bob Harvey
SK2957 : Willersley Castle Hotel and Park by Bob Harvey
SK2957 : Home Farm by Bob Harvey
SK2957 : The Park, Willersley by Bob Harvey
SK2957 : Willersley Castle Hotel by Bob Harvey
SK2957 : Sundial by Bob Harvey
SK2957 : Hotel Entrance by Bob Harvey
SK2957 : Plaque by Bob Harvey
SK2957 : View of the river Derwent by Bob Harvey
SK2957 : Long case clock by Bob Harvey
SK2957 : Pleasure gardens by Bob Harvey
SK2957 : Down to the Derwent by Bob Harvey


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Created: Sat, 12 Jan 2019, Updated: Sun, 13 Jan 2019

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