Farnley Estates owns and manages approximately 1,500 acres of farmland, parkland and woodland, in and around the West Yorkshire village of Farnley Tyas.We're located a couple of miles from Huddersfield Town Centre and a similar distance from Holmfirth, famed as the location for the BBC's long-running sit-com, Last of the Summer Wine.
The Estate is home to some of Yorkshire's most stunning countryside, and although we're only an hour's drive from Leeds, Manchester and Sheffield, our footpaths and bridleways can take you back to another time. Many of the field configurations date back to the reign of George III, and our ancient woodlands were around when Henry VIII was on the throne.
Over the years, film crews have used our unforgettable scenery as a backdrop for TV productions. Recently the opening scenes to BBC's 2014 production of Jamaica Inn were filmed on Farnley Estates land, which just goes to show that Farnley Estate is as breath-taking as 19th Century Cornwall.