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Holme Pierrepont Hall

Holme Pierrepont, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG12 2LD

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Holme Pierrepont Hall, nestled in a tranquil, rural setting is a fascinating Tudor house.

Built in 1500 by Sir William Pierrepont it is the earliest brick building in Nottinghamshire and is still lived in by his descendants.  The interior of the house is filled with portraits, regional furniture and personal possessions, still very much a family home. 

The house has many stories to tell such as its links with Bess of Hardwick, the first legal divorce, and the English Civil War.   

The gardens are well worth a visit with their stunning displays of snowdrops in February, tulips in spring and herbaceous borders in the summer. The Courtyard garden designed in 1875, possibly influenced by Nesfield has a miniature box parterre. The East garden laid out in 1972-3, has an avenue of topiary yews and shrubs in the borders.  The orchard, enclosed by a 17th Century wall is home to a flock of Jacob sheep. There is also a two acre wood to walk through which was planted in Victorian times. In April, the Tulipa sylvestris can be seen growing in profusion in the parkland.

 

Admission prices: House and Garden £6 (Children FREE)       Garden only £4 (Children FREE)

Teas with homemade cakes available on Sundays.

Group tours of the house and garden are available throughout the year by prior arrangement.

Holme Pierrepont Hall is also host to open air theatre, cinema, concerts and the fabulous annual Christmas fair each year. Visit the website and discover more.

Guide Prices

Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Adult Price - Garden Only Entry£3.50 per ticket
Adult Price - House & Garden Entry£6.00
Child Price - Garden Only EntryFree
Child Price - House & Garden EntryFree

Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.

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Accessibility:

The upstairs of the hall is accessible for wheelchair users via a stairlift in The Medieval Lodgings.

Ramps are available for access throughout the ground floor of the property.

Visitors should be aware that as this is a heritage property, some areas have uneven floors, narrow doorways and limited seating. There is also soft ground outdoors which may make access to some areas more difficult for wheelchair users, at certain times of year.

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  • Booking essential - Please contact the hall if you wish to book a tour.
  • Indoor Attraction
  • Outdoor Attraction

Parking & Transport

  • On site parking

Opening Times

House and Garden: Feb & March 2021 (1 Feb 2021 - 31 Mar 2021)
DayTimes
Monday - Wednesday14:00 - 17:00
Thursday - SaturdayClosed
Sunday14:00 - 17:00
Bank HolidayClosed
House and Garden: April 2021 (1 Apr 2021 - 30 Apr 2021)
DayTimes
Monday - SaturdayClosed
Sunday14:00 - 17:00
Bank HolidayClosed

* The house and gardens are available year round for pre-booked group visits - call 0115 9332371 for details.
Please note: closed Easter Sunday.

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