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Gunby Hall is a country house in Gunby, near Spilsby, in Lincolnshire. Otherwise known as Tennyson’s ‘Haunt of Ancient Peace’, Gunby Hall is a fine ‘William and Mary’ red brick house, dating from 1700 and extended in the 1870s, located in a quiet...more
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We visited gunby hall to see their chrismas decorations and walk around the grounds
The hall was decorated nicely and the church is interesting
We are members of the national trust so the entrance fee was not a concern
My husband and I visited here with our 15 year old and 3 year old daughter's for the Dressed for Christmas themed rooms, we really enjoyed it, the rooms looked very nice and the staff were great. The find the mice trail was very good...More
Visited Gunby Hall and gardens today, and the Christmas themed rooms were brilliant.
Pianist playing carols, a 1950s
Christmas in the library , and mice to find everywhere.Plus many surprises!
The gardens still had some colour and the church was decorated as well. Ended with...More
Weather was good to see this beautiful old building in it's best light. Visited as a stop gap because not hot enough at our naturist holiday campsite a few miles away. Glad we did because English Heritage are doing a superb job here and it...More
Staying near by we left gunsby hall to the last day of our holiday and in hindsight I should have read the NT book properly as the house is closed on Thursday and Friday, but nevermind the sun was shining so we made the most...More
A great place to stay, especially when all the visitors have gone for the day, as it is then possible to wander the grounds and beautiful gardens on your own. The cottage is secluded and so very quiet, with plenty of wildlife around to enjoy....More
Checked the website at 11am - said site was open but advised not to enter parkland as it was windy. Thought it was worthwhile to make the sixty mile round trip to see the gardens and visit cafe. Arrived 2.30 to find everything closed -...More
Visited today and loved it. The house was not too big and was very interesting indeed especially about Emily Massingberd who campaigned for women's rights.
The gardens are a must, not too much to walk all around and simply stunning.
Will definitely be visiting again....More