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Kelham Hall & Country Park is a magnificent Victorian house, built in 1863, set within 88 acres of gardens and parklands and located in the heart of Nottinghamshire.
It has a rich history as the ancestral home of the Manners-Sutton family, along with its use as a theological college for an Anglican Order of Monks. The distinct design features of renowned architect Sir George Gilbert Scott make it a fascinating place to visit.
The hall and ground tours are well worth coming along for, and there are a number of family facilities to enjoy all year round along with a full events calendar. Kelham Hall & Country Park is also a firm favourite as a stunning traditional and Asian wedding venue, and for a broad range of special events and corporate hospitality.
Café & Restaurant – open daily from 9am to 5pm, serving a large selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, breakfasts, light lunches, hot and cold snacks, ice creams and special dishes of the day.
Sunday Carvery - £11.95 per person or £7.95 per child, 12pm - 3pm
Afternoon Teas in the beautiful state rooms are a wonderful way to enjoy some family time, or as a special treat. £14.95 per person, or £21.95 with champagne. pre-booking essential.
Woodland trails – free admission. Explore the beautiful grounds, look out for wildlife, bring a picnic and spend a leisurely afternoon.
Day and night fishing is available on 24 pegs along our stretch of the river Trent. Pegs cost £10 per day or £5 per day to Kelham Hall Fishing Club members.
Three tennis courts - available to hire for just £2.50 per person, per hour.
Hall tours - selected Sundays at 1.00pm (meet at main reception). A fascinating tour lasting approximately 60 minutes during which a guide will give you a guided tour of the beautiful hall itself. Just £5.00 per person, children under 10 free. Private group tours are available at other times by prior arrangement.
Children’s play area - there is an indoor soft play area in the hall itself, as well as two outdoor play areas. A number of fun events for all the family take place regularly both in the grounds and in the hall.
For the latest activities, please check the website www.kelham-hall.com or the special offers and news on Facebook or Twitter @kelham_hall
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