We might only be a small team at Hipping Hall, but we have bags of experience
There are two essential requirements for anyone working at Hipping. Firstly, they must enjoy their work, have fun and take pride in what they do. Secondly, they must be 100% focused on our guests enjoyment and where possible, make sure they are completely satisfied..
Hipping Hall takes its name from the Hipping, or stepping, Stones that crossed Broken Beck, the little stream that runs past our wash house. The stones allowed travellers across the road that has for a long time been an important artery between the West coast of England and the cities of Leeds and York.
One enterprising individual saw this opportunity and Hipping Hall was for a long time a Blacksmiths and who knows, maybe even provided sustenance and accommodation to those wanting to break up their journey. In the early 17th Century the owner of the Hall, an Edward Tatham married the daughter of a local lawyer from Dent and became gentry in a generation, building the Hall and creating his legacy in the process.
Finding Hipping Hall can be slightly tricky if you’re unfamiliar with the area. Click the map below and you can get directions from any starting location.
If you get lost please give us a call and we can help guide you: +44 (0)152 427 1187