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A beautiful country house, steeped in history and surrounded by beautiful gardens, walkways and bodies of water, making it an ideal place to fish! Come and enjoy the cafe/tearooms, or find out who is putting on bespoke artisan catering from a rustic mobile eatery in the grounds. Kiplin Hall is also an ideal venue for you to bring your own picnic. Come and explore the expansive grounds with over 90 acres of woodland, footpaths, meadows, water loving wildlife and even an outdoor playground. This gorgeous serene place offers a perfect place to spend time with family, children, time together as a couple or just hang up the ‘gone fishin’ sign and relax as watch the water. A beautiful venue for relaxing and taking a leisurely stroll or come to one of the many events held throughout the year (see website for details). An entry ticket will give you readmission for a year, under 5s go free, and concessions are available!

Kiplin Hall was built for the Founder of Maryland USA, George Calvert. Come and explore the chart of estate owners in this buildings fascinating adn engaging history. Learn about how Kiplin Hall has come to be inherited as it changed hands throughout the years, and how it has only ever been sold once, in 1722. Learn about the Calvert,s the Crowes, Carpenters and Delevals and the Talbots! The fascinating ways in which its history has been brought to life can be explored and absorbed in the hall, where you can read more about this enchanting house, and breath in its atmosphere and ambience. Also check out the links to you tube and face book below to learn more and arm yourself with knowledge ahead of your trip to impress your travel companions! The tearoom is award winning and the staff are very accommodating and friendly.

Q Is this place dog friendly?

well behaved dogs are welcome, if they are kept on a lead

Q Is Kiplin Hall wheelchair accessible?

The grounds are mixed in terrain and there are some steps externally, there is also some gravel which may not make it ideal for wheelchairs, however, some parts of the grounds are fairly accessible for those using wheelchairs. Internally there are large, shallow but long staircases to the first floor, there is no lift however so people who are unable to manage the stairs can read about what is available to view upstairs in the tearoom.

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