House and Garden Opening Dates 2020
Come and visit this delightful ancestral family house and gardens
Open to the public from Sunday 2nd February 2020
The Holme Pierrepont Hall house and gardens are open to the public on selected dates throughout the year and we're delighted to announce that the gardens will now open to the public on Wednesday afternoons, through the Summer!
Holme Pierrepont is renowned for its glorious displays of Snowdrops, along with other seasonal flowering planting including hellebores, aconites, cyclamen, cornus and winter flowering irises. In April, the rare wild tuilp, 'Tulipa Sylestris' can be seen in the Grounds before later in the Spring, the gardens come to life with a pretty palette of colourful planting and herbaceous borders.
If you would like to come and visit, you can either purchase tickets online through our secure online booking link, or you can simply turn up on the day.
Please note that in 2020, there are some days when only the gardens are open to the public - and not the house. The House Opening season typically runs from February through to April. The gardens continue to open on Wednesday afternoons until the end of September. The House is closed at other times to accommodate exclusive-use weddings.
Coaches and minibuses are welcome by prior booking arrangement during the House and Garden opening season. Please telephone or email us to make your booking.
Garden Opening 2020
Group Visits and Tours
Group visits are welcome throughout the year by prior appointment for parties of 15 or more guests. Guided tours are conducted by Robert or Charlotte Brackenbury and have the option of including either tea and biscuits or tea and cake at a fixed price per person.
Adults £9.00 per adult for house and gardens.
Adults £4.50 per adult for Gardens only.
Minimum 15 guests per party.
Tea and biscuits:£3.50 per person
Tea with cake at £6.75 per person.
The Courtyard Garden Wall Restoration Project
The Heritage Lottery Fund and the Country Houses Foundation have given a grant to restore part of the Grade II listed Garden Wall and the wall that made up the west range of the house in the Courtyard Garden. Whilst visiting the house and gardens from April 2018 work can be seen being carried out