Kiplin Hall, Richmond, North Yorkshire
A delightful way to while away an afternoon.
This award-winning house and garden, built in the 1620s, was the Jacobean country seat of founder of Maryland, George Calvert with a ‘Gothic’ wing added in 1820s.
his intriguing property is now furnished as a comfortable Victorian home with an eclectic mix of previous owners’ furniture & personalia, plus enough original 16th-19th century paintings to fill a small gallery. Amble in attractive formal gardens, productive walled garden, woodland & lakeside walks. Enjoy delicious homemade scones, cakes & lunches made with produce from the garden in the tearoom. Family fun – activity room, play ship, garden games, dipping pond, den building, zip wire & more. Kids Run Free during the summer holidays. New for 2020: Flower Power Fair in April, Halloween Trail in October.
Features & Accessibility
- Visit England VAQAS
- Accredited Museum
- Member of the Historic Houses Association
- Winter Opening
- Plant Sales
- Children’s Playground
- Gift Shop
- Group Visits
- Dogs welcome on leads (grounds only)
- Facilities for wheelchair users & those with limited mobility
Kiplin Hall, Nr. Scorton, Richmond, North Yorkshire, DL10 6AT
Gardens and Tea Room: 7 February – 1 November from 10am-5pm.
Hall: 6 March – 1 November from 11am-5pm.
Between Richmond and Northallerton on the B6271, about 5 miles east of the A1(M) and 2 miles from Scorton (exit Junction 52 for Catterick).
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