East Riddlesden Hall is a 17th century manor house in Keighley, West Yorkshire.
The hall was built in 1648 for James Murgatroyd, on a small plateau overlooking a bend in the River Aire.
James was a Royalist, he had the head of Charles I and Henrietta Maria carved in the stonework of the bothy.
The building is a Grade I listed building. The living accommodation has been restored on two floors and the house also contains two Yorkshire Rose windows. The grounds are well maintained and contain the ruined Starkie wing. There is also a mediaeval tithe barn in the grounds.