Heslington Hall

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Heslington Hall is a Grade II* listed building near Heslington village. It was constructed as a country house in 1568 and was rebuilt in both the 19th and 20th centuries. The Hall’s residents have included the Deramore baronry, the Royal Air Force and now the University of York.

Some original features of the house still remain, including the pendant stucco ceiling over the great hall, some of the courtyard face and the staircase towers at the rear. The gardens were first formally landscaped in the early 18th century, including the gazebo and yews that now comprise The Quiet Place.

Take a look at our Delegate and Visitor Information Pack to find out more about what York has to offer.


  • Stately rooms for a variety of meetings or training days
  • Manicured lawns and stunning grounds to the rear
  • Additional rooms available upon request around timetable
  • On-Campus Parking

Featured Rooms
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H/G09 Fielden Room
Seminar Room