SE 118-959 Yorkshire England
Walburn Hall was originally a medieval fortified manor house, founded by the Scrope family. In the late 15th century, the Siggiswick family acquired the house and founded a fortified hall. The two courtyards, were once enclosed by a high embattled curtain wall, with a well-preserved wall walk and a simple gateway. In the inner court, are remains of a small single storey hall, with the hall porch, a two storey wing and a late 16th century eastern range in the outer court. Behind the lower cross wing, is the huge stepped stack of the detached kitchen block. 6 miles north-east is Richmond Castle and 7 miles south-west is Bolton Castle.
Walburn Hall is located south of Downholme, off Walburn Head. 23 miles north-west of Ripon, on the A6108.
The site is a working farm and is visible from the road.
Car parking is by the side of the road.