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Lamport Hall and Gardens

Lamport Hall | Daventry, Northampton NN6 9HD, England
+44 1604 686272
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Worth a visit to the house and gardens - it's not near Daventry!

This is only a stones throw away from the Lamport Swan and has such a beautiful house, once owned... read more

Reviewed 22 January 2018
whatcanwesay
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Northampton, United Kingdom
Interesting Museum

Visited to gardens only (as the hosue was closed) they were well laid out and we fairly... read more

Reviewed 4 October 2017
VeryBusy
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Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom
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Lamport Hall | Daventry, Northampton NN6 9HD, England
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+44 1604 686272
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Reviewed 22 January 2018

This is only a stones throw away from the Lamport Swan and has such a beautiful house, once owned by Sir Giles Isham's family. The gardens are well worth a visit also and there are often antique/craft fairs and other things going on here.

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Reviewed 4 October 2017

Visited to gardens only (as the hosue was closed) they were well laid out and we fairly interesting, however there was no one around to answer questions. The rockery with the gnomes was OK, but not really more than that, being in need of weeding!...More

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Reviewed 2 September 2017

We were invited to a tour and lunch here, it was such a suprise to see this lovely home and 'Lampy' the original gnome. The gardens are lovely and its good to have a guide here to tell you about the history of these gardens.

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Reviewed 28 August 2017

Summer bank holiday weekend, so we decided to visit Lamport Hall. We arrived around midday and found the house and gardens closed initially, to our surprise. There was an antiques fair on which we visited, cost was £4 x person including car park. We didnt...More

1  Thank ColMoschin96
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Reviewed 28 August 2017 via mobile

First time to Lamport Hall as an adult and have to say it was a glorious beautiful day. The antiques fair was amazing and all the family loved it. I will be returning again next year. Lamport Hall is in beautiful surroundings and suitable for...More

1  Thank Darren L
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Reviewed 8 August 2017

Lamport Hall with a history dating back to Tudor times offers the visitor a myriard of interests to enjoy. The building has been magnificently renovated by the Lamport Hall Preservation Trust. It has now returned to splendour which reflects its many past occupants and their...More

1  Thank Barry S
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Reviewed 14 July 2017

A small country house with some interesting history. Guided tours only. Now run by Trust but previously in Isham family, whose last Baronet, Gyles, acted with Garbo in Anna Karenina. Some good theatrical memorabilia on show.

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Reviewed 3 October 2016

Lovely gardens to explore Good way to spend an afternoon Will definitely go again, Look out for different attractions they hold

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Reviewed 13 September 2016

The hall and gardens are absolutely brilliant,the tour guide for the house was not only informative but funny and had some excellent stories to tell especially about the gnomes. The gardens are well laid out and worth the tour guide for the history of the...More

1  Thank gary b
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Reviewed 8 July 2016

I thought the young blonde lady with glasses who showed us around the house was absolutely excellent. I wish her the very best in her M.A. studies. The house & gardens are easily accessible from the main road - we travelled on the X7 bus...More

Thank Hilda L
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