Photograph courtesy of www.leeds.gov.uk/lothertonhall
There is plenty to do and see at Lotherton Hall. Speculation suggests that a hall was built at Lotherton as early as 1086, though no doubt it has been refined throughout the ages. The hall took it's current form in 1893, remodelled upon his inheritence of the property by Colonel Frederick Gascoigne and his wife Gwendolen. Features you can enjoy include the hall, costume gallery, parkland and nature trails where you can admire the red deer, formal gardens, a bird garden, a Medieval chapel and more.
There is plenty to do at Lotherton Hall. Check the Lotherton Hall website for more information.