Belvoir Castle

Belvoir literally means 'beautiful view' so why not visit the home of the Duke and Duchess of Rutland and enjoy the spectacular views from the hilltop setting above the Vale of Belvoir.

Explore the magnificent castle with its grand State Rooms and impressive collection of military treasures, impressive period art, tapestries, sculpture and furniture. In contrast, the old Kitchen and Pastry Room will fuel your imagination of 'below stairs' life in 1825 and the authentic School Room and Nursery are well equipped for children to experience lessons and games from Regency times.

The stunning views of the surrounding countryside are matched by glorious gardens. First enjoy the beautiful rose and statue garden, then take the newly restored woodland path leading to a fine example of a Victorian valley garden which features many rare species of trees. The adventure playground, gardens and woodlands are perfect for outdoor activities and games.

The licensed Stewards Restaurant serves delicious hot lunches, snacks and afternoon tea on all Castle open days and uses local produce where possible. The Belvoir Ice Cream Parlour and Ticket Office serves scrumptious ice cream, snacks and drinks throughout the day.

Belvoir Castle is situated 7 miles from Grantham and is approximately 30 minutes drive from Low Farm.

Belvoir is a member of the Hidden England group of Historic Houses and Castles. For more information see our links page.

English Tourist Board 3 Star Site      British Holiday Home Parks Association Member      Calor Gas Available      Camping & Carvanning Club Listed Site
Low Farm - Touring & Camping Park
Spring Lane, Folkingham, Sleaford, Lincolnshire. NG34 0SJ
Telephone: 01529 497322

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