Overview

Goadby Marwood Hall is a 17th-century Grade II* house next to a beautiful 13th-century church in a tiny village just north of Melton Mowbray. In 1750 a new Palladian-style south wing was built. The 180-acre estate was a subsidiary holding of the Duke of Rutland and often the residence of members of his family.

In 2000 it was inherited by Vicky Westropp. She and her husband have worked tirelessly, restoring the neglected house and redesigning the garden, based on 18th-century plans. Planted for year-round interest, it boasts a chain of five lakes over ten acres and several interconnected walled gardens — a feast for the eye. Join the Westropps for a tour of their beautiful house and gardens.

Tour features

Guided tours of the house and gardens.

Directions

Goadby Marwood Hall will be signed. House is  8 miles south of Grantham, (A607 to Waltham, turn right towards Eastwell, then left towards Chadwell and enter village of Goadby Marwood.  Turn right down Towns Lane and iron gates 100 yards on left.  It is halfway between A1 and M1, 4 miles north of Melton Mowbray. Plenty of parking.

Refreshments

Nanny Kiss's home made teas.

Access notes

Ground floor wheelchair friendly. Garden tour includes gravel paths and lawns.

Restrictions

No dogs.


Opening
Opening

2019 tour dates

  • 18 July only

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Admission
Admission

£22 per visitor (discount for members of Historic Houses - please ensure you're logged in to see the discounted options).