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Levens Hall & Gardens

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About Levens Hall & Gardens

Once a stark, imposing Pele Tower built c1250-1300, Levens Hall has grown into an impressive Elizabethan house, with each generation leaving its mark on the architectural fabric of the building.

The result is a stunning family home with spectacular interiors and impressive collections of furniture, clocks and paintings.  The Hall has an intriguing history and fascinating links to the Duke of Wellington.  Designed in the 1690s by Guillaume Beaumont, gardener to King James II and Colonel James Grahme, the ten acres of gardens retain many original features, including the world’s oldest topiary gardens.

With a strong focus on fresh local produce, much sourced from Levens Hall Estate and the gardens themselves. Levens Kitchen is a fully licensed restaurant serving a seasonally inspired menu.

Open Sunday – Thursday, April – October

Tel: 015395 60669

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