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Only had one night here to try the fishing. We weren't disappointed as the fishing was really good... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Paul N
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Walsall, United Kingdom
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Very good Maize/ Maze

Visited specifically for the Maize Maze. Quite expensive for a big party to go in but good fun and... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
123Steve1963
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Bradford, United Kingdom
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Kelham Hall is a magnificent Victorian house, built in 1863, set within 42 acres of landscaped gardens and parkland in the heart of Nottinghamshire. The park includes our huge stately home, open to public for free, a childrens adventure play area...more
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We camped at Kelham hall mid July. A group of 3 families with young children. We had an enjoyable trip the children were happy being together an running around in the field, they enjoyed the parks. I would say £30 a night is quite over...More

1  Thank burbidgesarahjayne
Reviewed 1 week ago

This magnificent example of architecture (by the same designer/architect as St Pancras) is a little gem very close to Newark. At the turn of the last century it was a theological training centre for monks - still see the cloisters. Much of the building is...More

1  Thank decentchaps51
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Arrived home yesterday after a great weekend at Kelham Hall, wow what a beautiful place this is, you wouldn’t expect to be able to camp at such a stunning place with such beautiful grounds so it’s an absolute privilege that you can. I was almost...More

2  Thank G M
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Only had one night here to try the fishing. We weren't disappointed as the fishing was really good, with many barbel caught in just three hours, although not keen on the way the ticketing works. We had tickets from 7pm to 7am for pegs 5...More

Thank Paul N
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Hall and grounds are fabulous BUT we have been to two weddings recently and the staff worked really hard and were very pleasant. OUR PROBLEM WAS WITH THE FOOD. The sit down meal starter was a pitiful prawn cocktail the sweet was not much...More

Thank harleyriders2014
Reviewed 1 week ago

Rambling house, parts still unfinished, walks outside and in. The history of the place is really fascinating. From country house to monastery, to council offices and now thankfully back to country house again. Weddings are catered for here, and what a great backdrop for your...More

Thank Gwen H
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It was a pleasant stay however on arrival we struggled to find a decent place to pitch. There were plenty of bins that had not been emptied ( and they were not until the last day of our stay). We were surrounded by 2 main...More

Thank jasonelwell
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

First visit, drive from Nottingham to find the hall closed for a wedding. Why oh why, do they say it’s open daily when it’s frequently closed for weddings. Would have been nice to know before I paid for parking. I would expect this information to...More

1  Thank Cabbagepatchvicky
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Visited specifically for the Maize Maze. Quite expensive for a big party to go in but good fun and the opportunity for kids to find the letter clues and for adults to solve the riddles made it more enjoyable. Will take a while to find...More

Thank 123Steve1963
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We found our way in on our third attempt - not a single sign mentioned camping site even when we were in the grounds. In hindsight that was an indication of the experience to come and we should have kept driving. The field is in...More

1  Thank Jane R
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Jessica B
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People did have them while we were there
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Sally W
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Response from Zoe W | Reviewed this property |
Hi Sally compared to other sites we have stayed at I would say yes they are close together. .
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Response from 2014Jandy | Reviewed this property |
Parking is free and there is a large car park. Follow the road round to towards the rear of the building. Jandy
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