Quernmore Park

Quernmore Park Hall is a grade II* listed Georgian country house which stands in a 20-acre estate in the village of , part of the City of Lancaster district of England.

Notable Places in the Area

The is a folly in , , , England built between 1907 and 1909 by the millionaire industrialist Lord Ashton in memory of his second wife, Jessy, at a cost of £87,000. is situated 1,600 feet south of Quernmore Park. Photo: Mark Longair, CC BY-SA 2.0.

in Lancaster, England, was constructed by millionaire James Williamson, 1st Baron Ashton, and his father, also called James Williamson. is situated 1,500 feet south of Quernmore Park.

is a medieval castle in in the English county of . is situated 1 mile west of Quernmore Park. Photo: Nabokov, CC BY-SA 3.0.

, also known as The Cathedral Church of St Peter and Saint Peter's Cathedral, is in St Peter's Road, Lancaster, , England. is situated 2,900 feet west of Quernmore Park. Photo: Mdbeckwith, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Localities in the Area

The city of is the county town of in Northwest England, named for the Roman camp on the River Lune. Photo: Antiquary, CC BY 4.0.

is an area in the north of , , England, on the other side of the to the castle.

is a hamlet, and former township and civil parish, in the civil parish of Aldcliffe-with-Stodday, south-west of in , England. is situated 2 miles southwest of Quernmore Park. Photo: Ian Taylor, CC BY-SA 2.0.

Quernmore Park

54.0496° or 54° 2' 58.6" north
-2.7811° or 2° 46' 52.1" west
Open Location Code
246 feet (75 metres)
Open­Street­Map ID
way 563000146
Geo­Names ID
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