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    Markington Hall

    Steeped in history it was first mentioned in the Doomsday Book as a fortified hunting lodge in the Forest of Knaresborough

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    West Wing

    The Georgian wing, harmonious light and airy.

  • Across the arched stone bridge and past the 18th century water mill you enter the Copper Beech Glade.

    Across the arched stone bridge

    and past the 18th century water mill you enter the Copper Beech Glade.

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    Copper Beech Glade

    Against a backdrop of ancient birch, sycamore, oak and of course copper beech trees you will find a colourful trio of gypsy caravans.

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    Fire circle

    ‘To poke a wood fire is more solid enjoyment than almost anything else in the world.’  ~ Charles Dudley Warner

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    ‘Bella’

    Lovingly made over five painstaking years to fulfil her original owner’s dream of life on the open road.

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    ‘Carmen’

    She’s a traditional Bow top Gypsy Caravan and Sleeps 2

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    ‘Rosita’

    Children love this miniature gypsy caravan  

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    The 18th century water mill

    Something about this historic building..

Welcome to our website - where you can find all the information and booking details for our Gypsy caravan holiday's at Copper Beech Glade. We also hope you enjoy finding out about this fascinating and wonderful house.

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Markington Hall

Markington Hall was built in approximately 1410 with the two wings added in the 17th and 18th centuries.
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History

Markington Hall has been in the Wilberforce family since 1731 and the current William is 4x great grandson of the abolitionist William Wilberforce.
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Copper Beech Glade

With Copper Beech Glade we decided to do something that would appeal to the romantic and adventurous in us all!
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