Kelham Hall is a stunning Stately home designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott who also designed the highly acclaimed St Pancras Renaissance Hotel in London.
Described as one of England’s last undiscovered Stately Homes, Kelham Hall is a magical red brick riot of Gothic styles with towers, gables, arcades, exquisitely carved columns and fireplaces, and more than a score of different window designs.
The Stately Hall set in 42 acres of park land is a unique venue for weddings, events, conferences and family days out. There are many events held during the year which attract visitors from across the East Midlands.
A Business Centre has recently been developed in the Hall for clients wishing to take advantage of a prestigious address coupled with a magnificent architectural backdrop.
There are also plans to develop a 40 bedroom luxury hotel.
Regular Historical Tours are held throughout the year where visitors can learn more about the previous occupants of the house together with the history of Kelham and the development of the Hall.
Kelham Hall is conveniently located close to the market town of Newark on Trent with easy links to A1, M1, A46 and the East Coast main line.