Papplewick Hall

Eighteenth-century house and park, influenced by friends of the Georgian owner: Horace Walpole, and Mrs Delaney.

Papplewick, Nottinghamshire, NG15 8FE

Papplewick Hall in Nottinghamshire

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  • Accessible parking
  • Easily accessible without car
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One of the finest Grade 1 listed private houses in Nottinghamshire.

Built by Frederick Montague, one of the last ‘chancellors of the exchequer’ before William Pitt, in 1781.

Outstanding design, including fine ‘Adam’ ceiling, cantilevered staircase and Horace Walpole designed plantation/parkland.

Opening Times

First, third and fifth Wednesdays of every month, 2pm to 5pm. Also by appointment.


£5 entry.

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Group Visits

Groups are welcome.

Over 10 people: £4 per person.

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