Kelmarsh, Northampton,
Northants NN6 9LY

Kelmarsh, Northampton,
Northants NN6 9LY

Kelmarsh Hall


Kelmarsh Garden

Gardens: CLOSED

Kelmarsh Tea Room

Tea Rooms: CLOSED

Welcome to Kelmarsh Hall and Gardens

Kelmarsh Hall & Gardens is a Grade I listed building on the Leicestershire and Northamptonshire border; surrounded by beautiful gardens and acres of parkland. 

Kelmarsh Hall is the perfect venue to hold an event to remember, the historic setting provides a unique backdrop for any occasion, large or small. Guests are encouraged to use our expansive gardens, which include a tree-lined terrace, flower gardens and a unique triangular walled garden.

From product launches, seminars, photo shoots and filming to team-building days and dinner-dances, Kelmarsh Hall offers few restrictions and a blank canvas for you to plan your event. Our experienced team can offer bespoke packages to cater for individual requirements.

Or why not visit and enjoy our gardens and then stop for afternoon tea in our beautiful Tea Rooms.


Kelmarsh Hall is a Grade I listed country house built in 1732 nestled in the heart of rural Northamptonshire.

Below Stairs

2018 sees Kelmarsh Hall bringing the history of the servant’s quarters and old laundry from ‘below stairs’ back to life for visitors to discover. 


Nestled in the Northamptonshire countryside, Kelmarsh Hall is the perfect venue for a romantic wedding.


Known for their relaxed charm, overflowing borders and a unique historic walled garden with a vivid dahlia collection.

The Ballroom

Kelmarsh Hall's stunning Ballroom has beautiful views over the West Terrace and the lake beyond. It will seat 100 guests for a sit-down reception or 170 for a more informal affair or evening reception.

The Great Hall

The Great Hall is the centrepiece of the house and is the first room to be entered through the front door. With its Italian pink walls and fine 18th century ceiling plasterwork this room has welcomed many guests during its history.

The Principal Rooms

Built for the Hanbury family in the 1730s by virtuoso architect James Gibbs and builder Francis Smith of Warwick, Kelmarsh Hall was praised by historian Nikolaus Pevsner as “a perfect, extremely reticent design, done in an impeccable taste.”

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