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Aston Hall


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Aston Hall is a Hotel and Restaurant


18th Century

In 1767 the old Aston Hall was destroyed by fire.

The current Aston Hall development and build was started in about 1772 and took nearly 50 years to finish.

It was designed by the architect John Carr for the 4th Earl of Holderness.

The poet Lord Byron used to stay here. Prior to 1790 Aston Hall was owned by the D'arcy family (the Earls of Holderness) also of Hornby Castle in north Yorks.

Associated People
Key Information



Open to the public


Civil Parish

Aston cum Aughton



  • Karen Lynch