A most interesting house, occupied and developed by the Brudenell family since 1514, from a mediaeval manor around a courtyard
into a Tudor and Georgian mansion. Visitors see many rooms of different periods, providing an impressive yet intimate ambience of the family home of many generations. The most flamboyant member of the family to date was the 7th Earl of Cardigan, who led the charge of the Light Brigade at Balaklava and of whom there are many historic relics and pictures on view.
Mr. Edmund Brudenell, the current owner, has taken considerable care in restoring the house since the Second World War. The gardens have also been improved during the last thirty years or so, with long, mixed borders of shrubs, old-fashioned roses and flowers.
The rooms on view are regularly used by the family and their friends and contain a large collection of family portraits, furniture and memorabilia.
For Summer 2014 the House and Gardens are open
Easter Sunday and Monday
Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays from Easter until the end of August
and Wednesdays in September
2-5 p.m. Last admission 4 p.m
The shop and 'Old Kitchen' tearoom, serving a delicious selection of homemade cake and scones, are open from 2-5 p.m.
House and Gardens
|Over 60 £8.00
||Child (5-16) £3.00
Child (5-16) £5.00
Gardens Only Events
16th & 23rd February 11am - 4pm
Sunday 27th April 11am - 4pm
Adults £4.00, Children under 5 years Free
The 'Old Kitchen' Tearoom will be serving hot and cold food and the gift shop will also be open.
Group visits can be made most of the year by prior arrangement. For more information please click here.
The grounds are available for outdoor events upon application
OS Ref: SP950 929 - 6m NE of Corby off A43
Rail: Kettering Station 20 mins (London to Kettering by rail 1 hr)
Parking: Unlimited for cars, space for 3 coaches 10 yards from house.
Disabled: Partially suitable. Visitors may alight at the entrance, access to ground floor and garden.
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