The Saloon is the perfect space for your wedding or event!
Kelmarsh Hall, gardens and wider estate currently remain closed to the public for the 2020 open season.
Behind the scenes at Kelmarsh, we are taking this time to freshen up our Hall and Gardens, with new features which will give our visitors something to look forward to in the 2021 season!
For all visitors with season tickets for 2020, we will automatically roll over into the 2021 season for you. Season tickets for 2021 are also available to purchase now by emailing email@example.com.
We continue to share updates of our gardens on our social media platforms, please follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram - @kelmarshhall
Thank you for all of your support, and we look forward to welcoming you back to Kelmarsh in 2021. For any enquires please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you, The Kelmarsh Team.
Kelmarsh Hall and Gardens is an elegant Palladian style country house with a prevailing history of the 20th century.
Built in the 1730s, Kelmarsh hall was the beloved home to three families across two hundred and fifty years.
Surrounding the hall are historic gardens, restored to evoke their early 20th century designs,
with a unique walled garden at the heart.
Kelmarsh Hall is the perfect venue to hold an event to remember; the historic setting provides a warm and
intimate atmosphere for any occasion, large or small.
Nestled in rural Northamptonshire, Kelmarsh Hall is an elegant country house surrounded by highly regarded gardens, with a stableblock Tearoom.
Discover the evolving life of the servants. From the Butler's Pantry to the laundry rooms, you get an authentic view of life below stairs.
With delicate interiors, welcoming ambiance and sweeping countryside vistas, Kelmarsh Hall is the perfect venue for a romantic wedding.
Re-living bygone days
Conservation and refurbishment of a much-valued heritage property
Conserving Kelmarsh Hall; piece by piece
Built for the Hanbury family in the 1730s by virtuoso architect James Gibbs and builder Francis Smith of Warwick, Kelmarsh Hall was praised by historian Nikolaus Pevsner as “a perfect, extremely reticent design, done in an impeccable taste.”
The Great Hall is the centrepiece of the house and is the first room to be entered through the front door. With its Italian pink walls and fine 18th century ceiling plasterwork this room has welcomed many guests during its history.
Nancy Lancaster left her mark on Kelmarsh Hall's interiors, with the delicate terracotta colouring of the Great Hall, the exuberant Chinese wallpaper and seasonal flower arrangements. Nancy's special techniques were emulated in country homes across England.