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Kirklinton Hall and Gardens

17th Century Hall & Gardens

Built in the 17th Century and currently, in the process of being restored to its former glory, Kirklinton Hall sits on a 14 acre site that features a beautiful part-walled garden.

Wedding Venue

A stunning and magical location for weddings. The 17th Century Hall has been gently adapted with flooring, outside lighting, and a bright ceiling. The Great Hall can be used for the ceremony, drinks reception and the wedding breakfast. We also have a dedicated wedding planner who can answer any of your questions and can support you with your wedding planning journey.

The Hall

The 17th-Century house is a single pile three-storey c-shaped house, with a five-bay Classically-dressed entrance façade between two shallowly projecting tower-like wings. Some authorities have Edmund Appleby building Kirklinton Hall from the stone of the ruined Levington Castle as early as 1661, but it is more likely that it was constructed by him, or his son Joseph in the 1680s.

Garden & Grounds

The Gardens and Grounds are being restored to Organic production from a state of abject dereliction. Picking up on the Hall’s history, but also the desires and anxieties of our own times, the driving philosophy of the garden restoration is to explore and re-capture the 17th Century spirit of the garden, drawing on contemporary writers (both theoretical and practical) such as Francis Bacon, John Evelyn and John Parkinson.

Feel Good Festival

Kirklinton Hall is the home of the 'Feel Good' Festival. The stunning gardens and backdrop of the 17th century hall provide the perfect venue for the original, health & Wellness festival in Cumbria.

To learn more, please click below...

Wedding Venue

A stunning and magical location for weddings. The 17th Century Hall has been gently adapted with flooring, outside lighting, and a bright ceiling. The Great Hall can be used for the ceremony, drinks reception and the wedding breakfast. We also have a dedicated wedding planner who can answer any of your questions and can support you with your wedding planning journey.

The Hall

The 17th-Century house is a single pile three-storey c-shaped house, with a five-bay Classically-dressed entrance façade between two shallowly projecting tower-like wings. Some authorities have Edmund Appleby building Kirklinton Hall from the stone of the ruined Levington Castle as early as 1661, but it is more likely that it was constructed by him, or his son Joseph in the 1680s.

Garden & Grounds

The Gardens and Grounds are being restored to Organic production from a state of abject dereliction. Picking up on the Hall’s history, but also the desires and anxieties of our own times, the driving philosophy of the garden restoration is to explore and re-capture the 17th Century spirit of the garden, drawing on contemporary writers (both theoretical and practical) such as Francis Bacon, John Evelyn and John Parkinson.

Feel Good Festival

Kirklinton Hall is the home of the 'Feel Good' Festival. The stunning gardens and backdrop of the 17th century hall provide the perfect venue for the original, health & Wellness festival in Cumbria.

To learn more, please click below...

Kirklinton Hall and Gardens

17th Century Hall & Gardens

Built in the 17th Century and currently, in the process of being restored to its former glory, Kirklinton Hall sits on a 14 acre site that features a beautiful part-walled garden.

Wedding Venue

A stunning and magical location for weddings. The 17th Century Hall has been gently adapted with flooring, outside lighting, and a bright ceiling. The Great Hall can be used for the ceremony, drinks reception and the wedding breakfast. We also have a dedicated wedding planner who can answer any of your questions and can support you with your wedding planning journey.

The Hall

The 17th-Century house is a single pile three-storey c-shaped house, with a five-bay Classically-dressed entrance façade between two shallowly projecting tower-like wings. Some authorities have Edmund Appleby building Kirklinton Hall from the stone of the ruined Levington Castle as early as 1661, but it is more likely that it was constructed by him, or his son Joseph in the 1680s.

Garden & Grounds

The Gardens and Grounds are being restored to Organic production from a state of abject dereliction. Picking up on the Hall’s history, but also the desires and anxieties of our own times, the driving philosophy of the garden restoration is to explore and re-capture the 17th Century spirit of the garden, drawing on contemporary writers (both theoretical and practical) such as Francis Bacon, John Evelyn and John Parkinson.

Feel Good Festival

Kirklinton Hall is the home of the 'Feel Good' Festival. The stunning gardens and backdrop of the 17th century hall provide the perfect venue for the original, health & Wellness festival in Cumbria.

To learn more, please click below...

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