Owned by David and Diane Lascelles, Earl and Countess of Harewood, the Harewood Estate manages the countryside surrounding Harewood House. It has a nationally recognised conservation programme with particular emphasis on the restoration of historic buildings ranging from Home Farm to Harewood Castle, as well as the protection and development of wildlife habitats and the maintenance of Listed parkland.
To conserve the Harewood Estate and its existing boundaries, together with the historic buildings, landscape and parkland, in a sustainable manner for future generations through careful and appropriate management, enabling the Estate to realise its potential now, and into the future.
Proceed down A61 heading towards Leeds. After going over the river Wharfe, turn next right along A659 signposted to Otley. Then turn 1st left signposted to Weardley. Then turn 1st left again by a roadside mirror on to the Harewood Estate. Carry on through the Estate, over the bridge, past some houses on your left until you reach the main location sign by a small gravel parking area. The Estate Office is to your left and ahead of you.
From Leeds City Centre
Head up A61 towards Harrogate. Pass the main entrance to the Harewood House on your left and go through Harewood village. Take next left on to A659 signposted to Otley and the follow above Harrogate instructions.
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