Crathorne Hall was built by the Dugdale family. It was built with 115 rooms, 41 of which were bedrooms. The house was completed in June 1906. James Lionel Dugdale laid the foundation stone of Crathorne Hall in December 1903. It was the largest country house built during the reign of Edward VII. The Dugdale family made money in the Lancashire cotton trade, bought the Crathorne Estate mainly for partridge shooting and trout fishing, but it was several decade before the family moved there permanently.
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