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Kelmarsh Hall garden

Northampton, Northamptonshire, NN6 9LY

Kelmarsh Hall garden

Northampton, Northamptonshire, NN6 9LY

Kelmarsh Hall is a romantic mid-20th century garden now largely restored. The grass terrace below the garden front of the Hall, with its rows of pleached limes on either side, together with the tapis vert, a wild flower meadow beyond, flanked by avenues of pink chestnuts leading down to the lakes, was designed by Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe in 1936. On the far side of the lake in the middle distance, a 180 yard gap was cut through Shipley Wood in 1933, to create a vista to the distant landscape. Jellicoe returned in 1951 and designed the small Philadelphus garden at the north end of the terrace.

Kelmarsh Hall also has a Historic House:

Kelmarsh Hall & Gardens (Historic House Section)

Information on Kelmarsh Hall garden , Northampton

Opening Times: Gardens: 2 Apr to 31 Oct, Tue-Thu, Sun & BH Mon, 11:00-17:00.
Admission: Gardens: Adult £5.40, Child (5-14) £3.10. Season tickets available.
Child Friendly:  Children of all ages welcome
Dog Friendly: Dogs Permitted (Dogs on Leads)
Location: Exit at J2 on A14, head north towards Market Harborough. The village of Kelmarsh is 500m from the A14.
Facilities: Coaches Welcome, Disabled Access (please be advised there are gravel paths around the Gardens), Guided Tours, Light Refreshments, Parking Availability, Plants for Sale, Shop
Garden Acreage: 14
Organisation(s): Historic Houses Association

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