Cottesbrooke Hall

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Cottesbrooke Hall dates back to 1702, although the identity of the original architect remains a mystery. There was further substantial development during the 18th century, including the addition by Robert Mitchell, of the East and West Bows in the Adam manner and interior features such as notable wrought iron work and extremely unusual Rococo papier mache wall decoration. The remarkable 18th century landscaping of the Park, its vistas and lakes, are by an unknown hand - much has recently been restored. The celebrated gardens are of great variety with fine old cedars and specimen trees.

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Cottesbrooke Village is not the easiest to find and doesn’t always show up on satnav so when setting off to visit us, please plan your journey carefully and set your satnav to CREATON the neighbouring village.

If arriving to the area on the A14, exit at Junction 1 and follow the brown signs (head towards Northampton and turn left off the A5199 in Creaton and left again at the bottom of the hill and once in the village follow appropriate signage to the Hall & Gardens entrance).

If arriving to the area on the M1 Northbound, exit at junction 15 and follow A508 through Northampton and at Kingsthorpe in Northampton branch left to the A5199 and continue on that road until you reach Creaton and take the second right turn and at the bottom of the hill turn left to the village of Cottesbrooke. Once in the village follow the appropriate signage to the Hall & Gardens entrance.

If arriving to the area on the M1 Southbound, exit at Junction 19 and follow A14 to junction 1 and as above follow the brown signs (head towards Northampton and turn left off the A5199 in Creaton and left again at the bottom of the hill and once in the village follow appropriate signage to the Hall & Gardens entrance).

Admission

Opening times (4 May - 30 June):
MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturdaySunday
--14:00 - 17:3014:00 - 17:30---

Opening times (July - September):
MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturdaySunday
---14:00 - 17:30---
*Also open Bank Holiday Mondays

Prices (House and Garden):
AdultChild (5-14)Concession
£8.00£3.50£6.50

Prices (Garden):
AdultChild (5-14)Concession
£5.50£2.50£4.50

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Address: Cottesbrooke Hall, Northampton, Northamptonshire, NN6 8PF, UK
Phone: +44 1604 505808
Email: Cottesbrooke Hall

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