|Location||Coniston, Cumbria, England|
|OS grid reference||SD 304 963|
|Built||Late 16th century,
|Governing body||National Trust|
|Designated||18 May 1953|
The house dates from the late 16th century, or possibly earlier. It is built in stone rubble with a slate roof. Part of it is now ruined, part is used as a farmhouse, and another part is used by a sailing club.
The hall is owned by the National Trust, but is not open to the public. The surrounding area is used as a camping site. A privy about 13 metres (43 ft) to the south of the hall is listed at Grade II.
- Historic England, "Coniston Hall (1119652)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 10 July 2013
- Coniston Hall Camping Site, ukcampsite.co.uk, retrieved 30 May 2009
- Historic England, "Privy approx 13m to south of Coniston Hall (1087256)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 10 July 2013
- Coniston and Tarn Hows - National Trust site, includes information on Monk Coniston Hall garden and grounds
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