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I took my elderly mum with two friends for Sunday lunch. Very friendly helpful and friendly staff. Excellent service, prompt and courteous. Choose roasts - beef and chicken - followed by fruit crumbles, with freshly made custard.
The dishes were very well presented and delicious....More
Date of experience: November 2018
Thank Neil T
KelmarshHall, Marketing Coordinator at Kelmarsh Hall & Gardens, responded to this reviewResponded 12 November 2018
Many thanks for your kind review about our Sunday Lunch at the Kelmarsh Hall Tearoom!
We are pleased you enjoyed the lunch and hope you will join us again soon!
With best wishes,
The Kelmarsh Team
We can’t thank Donna and the staff at Kelmarsh Hall enough for being so so wonderful throughout the planning and wedding day! I always felt we didn’t need to worry with Donna in charge. She really cares, and is so organised and on top of...More
We really enjoyed the gardens and will come back in the spring for a different experience.
Lots of cloud pruned hedges and some really unusual plantings.
Lovely walled garden.
Very pleasant snack lunch.
We visited as HHA members.
Opening at 11am this hall is good shirt visit venue. Lack of signs in the grounds but eventually found the entrance to the hall , gardens and cafe. Pleasant and helpful staff . The walled garden was okay but about 2 or 3 weeks too...More
Most impressed with our recent visit to the glorious kelmarsh hall and gardens ! Upon arrival we found ourselves extremely peckish and managed to find the beautiful tea rooms located perfectly between the car park and the main house. As a group we were all...More
We visited Kelmarsh Hall on a Sunday for an Afternoon Tea.
Review is as follows:
Car Parking - the Main Car Park is very small relative to potential visitor numbers. The overspill Car Park is in a field which was sodden following morning rain.
The Hall is interesting especially the servants quarters which are imaginatively presented and full of information. The gardens are very much a work in progress and a guided tour is needed to appreciate what they are trying to achieve. Perhaps a bit more tidying up...More
I understand that it has been a long hot summer, and that irrigation may be difficult, but I expected much better gardens than I saw at Kelmarsh on 2nd September. Many of the flowers beds were neglected. No deadheading of flowers had been done to...More
Kelmarsh is a lovely place to visit, allow at least three hours if you want to do justice to the house and gardens. Visitors to the house are confined to the ground floor and the servant quarters below this, but there is plenty to see....More