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Award-winning Kiplin Hall is unassumingly tucked away between Richmond and Northallerton. This Jacobean Hall has been owned and lived in by direct descendants of King John, Charles II and the Earls of Shrewsbury. This hidden gem was built in 1620 by...more
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I took a group of 27 adults to visit Kiplin and to see the Christmas decorations. The Advent Angels are lovely and the rooms prettily decorated. It is a beautiful house with a friendly ,intimate atmosphere unlike some of the larger stately homes open to...More
Kiplin Hall does indeed exude a special atmosphere with its graciously warm welcome to all and sundry. There is a sense of relaxation as soon as you start to meet the friendly and basically volunteer staff. Your comforts are immediately accommodated upon arrival with toilet...More
We came across this beautiful hall almost by accident. It is a delightful place to visit with very friendly and informative room guides. The Tea Room serves a good range of cakes, including gluten free options, along with soups, sandwiches, tea and freshly brewed coffee....More
My husband and I went for an afternoon tea, which was very nice, big pot it tea with proper tea cups, plenty of sandwiches and enough cake too with a scone and clotted cream and Jam, delicious, thank you. The house was lovely, there are...More
We visited Kiplin Hall on our annual visit to The Yorkshire Dales. Very interesting House with a lovely atmosphere and lovely and knowledgeable house volunteers. The walled garden is beautiful and there is a lovely walk round the lake. The house has a lovely tea...More
Very welcome arrival with tea & coffee and homemade biscuits, followed by a very informative guided tour. We had lunch of soup & sandwiches and beautiful homemade cakes to follow. A lovely place to visit with the most exquisite tearoom. The gardens and lake are...More
We visited the house. It was very informative and personable as it’s not run by an organisation but by volunteers who love the property and have worked hard to save it and keep it open.
It meant you could walk all around the rooms (as...More
Our visit to Kipling hall was to see the gardens & grounds as we had our dog with us and he was not allowed in the house.
The house looked magnificent from the outside. We walked the gardens and saw the flowers & the fruit...More
Stopped here on the way north as it was a lovely day and was truly surprised at how nice Kiplin Hall was.
Given the lovely weather, we decided on the ‘gardens’ only and really enjoyed the walled garden and museum followed by a lazy walk...More