About Kelmarsh Hall
Kelmarsh Hall is a beautiful Grade I listed Hall with stunning gardens, set in the Northamptonshire countrside. Open to the public April - October & available throughout the year for weddings & functions.
Where is Kelmarsh Hall located?
Kelmarsh Hall is located in the village of Kelmarsh with direct access from the A508. The nearest train station to Kelmarsh Hall is Market Harborough. There is a regular bus service (the X7) from Market Harborough town centre to Kelmarsh. Turn right out of the train station onto St Mary's Road, continue down the road until you reach a t-junction. Turn right here onto High Street for the bus stop for the X7 service to Kelmarsh.
What style of garden is Kelmarsh Hall?
Within the 18th century setting, the gardens that visitors see at Kelmarsh Hall today are largely inspired by Nancy Lancaster. She extended her interior style of shabby chic charm into the gardens and drafted in the garden designer of her day, the talented Norah Lindsay, to help. From the sophisticated pastels of the sunken garden through to the showier shades of the 60m long border, the garden leads you on a tour around the perimeter of a triangular walled garden. This secret heart is a relaxing space filled with traditional fruit and vegetables, cut flower beds and a restored vinery. The produce and cut flowers are sold in the Visitor Centre when available.
What can guests enjoy at Kelmarsh Hall?
Seasonal highlights in the garden: April: Daffodils and snake’s head fritillaries Walled garden - Rhubarb & blossom on espaliered fruit trees April/May: Tulips and alliums May/June: Peonies June: Roses July: Double border – Cottage garden perennials Walled garden – Sweet peas July to Sept: Walled garden - Cut flower beds (including dahlias) August to Sept: Long border If you are visiting to see a particular flower or plant, please call ahead to check they are in bloom.
Kelmarsh Hall also has a Historic House:
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 £6.00 Child (5-14) £3.50. 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.|
Coaches Welcome, Disabled Access (please be advised there are gravel paths around the Gardens), Guided Tours, Light Refreshments, Parking Availability, Plants for Sale, Shop
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