Kimberley is one of the finest wedding venues in Norfolk, built in 1712, and a much-loved family home. Situated on the ‘hill at Downham’ in an Arcadian landscape designed in 1778 by Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown, the house overlooks a substantial 15-acre lake and the River Tiffey valley. The park is home to Norfolk’s best collection of ancient oaks, recently acknowledged by the experts at Kew Gardens.
The 18th-century rooms in the Hall and West Wing offer a combination of traditional grandeur with a unique, stylish entertainment space incorporating a contemporary bar area and a state of the art lighting system that can be adapted to complement your event. Kimberley has the flexibility to be whatever you want it to be; a blank canvas upon which to exercise your creative energy. The only limitation is your imagination. Despite its idyllic rural setting, Kimberley is centrally located in Norfolk, 9 miles from Norwich and with arterial road, rail and air links, close-by. We also have a private air strip for light aircraft.
Kimberley Hall is a wedding venue. Get in touch with them at:
Tel: 01603 759 447
Fax: 01603 758 244
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