Discover the history, architecture and parkland of this beautiful Victorian stately home…
Located less than five miles from Newark, Kelham Hall sits nestled within 42 acres of stunning parkland. There truly is something for everyone to explore whether a history enthusiast, appreciator of fine architecture or a lover of the great outdoors.
Its rich history as an ancestral home and use as a theological college for Anglican Order Monks, and its striking similarity in parts to St. Pancras Hotel, London – both works of Sir George Gilbert Scott – make Kelham Hall a fascinating place to discover. Its incredible domed chapel is also an exquisite venue for weddings and events.
After touring the Hall, visitors can enjoy a picturesque woodland and riverside walk, stopping along the way at St Wilfrid’s Church, the Monk’s graveyard, meadow and gardens.
The children’s adventure play areas, including a fantastic indoor play area, make this the ideal place for families.
Enjoy a picnic on the lawns, have a bite to eat in the café or relax in style with Afternoon Tea in the beautiful State Rooms.
For those wishing to extend their visit, Kelham Hall also has a campsite and self-catering properties, ideal for a family holiday or quiet break away.
Tel: 01636 558000