Located in the beautiful Crimple Valley, formed by the movement of the River Crimple, sometimes known as Crimple Beck, Crimple Hall provides so much more than a regular garden centre. Found on the southern outskirts of the historic spa town of Harrogate, Crimple Hall is a place where historic meets contemporary.

As well as a garden centre, the site provides a place where you can relax, shop, eat and drink with family and friends. Throughout the year, there is a superb collection of high-quality plants including Tree Ferns, Bamboos, Shrubs, Herbaceous plants and Conifers.

As well as selling plants, Crimple Hall have also been providing expert gardening advice and horticultural hints and tips for gardeners of all ages. As well as having a browse in a scenic setting, visitors can call in and ask one of our helpful team for any ideas or advice to complete their garden design ideas.

The centre includes The Barrows onsite bistro, The Snug Cafe, an unrivalled Antiques and Vintage section as well as a small Art Gallery displaying a variety of work.

Plans were unveiled in 2019 for an extensive redevelopment project for Crimple Hall, which would extend its facilities and offerings, to help draw more people to the Harrogate area, and equally provide horticultural support for local residents.

The vision is to provide an open-plan artisan farmers market and restaurant, including a distinctive, spacious area which would be populated by a series of free-standing stalls selling a variety of items in a food hall setting. The planned redevelopment is also designed to sit comfortably alongside the existing garden centre and not impede upon the beautiful surroundings of the Crimple Valley area.

The building will be driven by a highly sustainable design, with natural ventilation and north lights giving rise to the saw-tooth style form. The new building will also make use of renewable technologies to reduce the need for mechanical services and energy input generally.

There is disabled parking right outside the entrance to Crimple Hall, and ramps to help visitors of all abilities. There is a bus service that goes right past Crimple Hall and stops just 100 meters up the road.