Cottesbrooke Hall

Cottesbrooke Hall

Cottesbrooke Hall

The Hall remains the much loved family home of the Macdonald-Buchanan family. This is quite apparent when you tour around as you will see family portraits by some exceptional artists, which makes a visit to this house a truly unique experience. Francis Smith of Warwick was the original architect and the house was built between 1702 and 1712 for the Langham family. The house also underwent development during the late 18th century, including the addition of the East and West bows in the Adam manner, and interior features such as notable wrought iron work and extremely unusual rococo papier mache wall decoration. Cottesbrooke is also home to The Woolavington Collection of sporting art. The collection is arguably the finest of its type in Europe and you will see paintings by Stubbs, Ben Marshall and Alfred Munnings among others. There are also ...

Contact & Opening Times

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Open - 1st May – 28th September 2017 May & June: Wed & Thurs 2-5.30pm. July, Aug & Sept : Thurs only 2-5.30pm plus Bank Holiday Mondays (May-Sept) 2-5.30pm Admission Prices : House & Gardens - Adult: £8.50, Child: (5-14yrs) £5.00, Conc: £7.50 Gardens Only – Adult: £6.00, Child: (5-14yrs) £4.00, Conc: £5.50 Private bookings can be made for grou...
  • Coach parking
  • Free parking
  • Garden
  • Group tours
  • Tea & coffee
  • Wheelchair access

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