House Tours of Glemham Hall
Up to the attics, down to the cellars and everywhere in between...
Guided Tours of Glemham Hall are offered by the owner, Philip Hope-Cobbold and are held on various dates throughout the year, please scroll down for a list of opening times & dates.
You will be guided around the majority of the Hall, from the depths of the cellars, right up to the largely untouched servant quarters in the attics, whilst learning about its vast history and stunning architecture, where elements of the Elizabethan era can still be seen. Philip will provide an engaging talk covering art, historical events, previous occupants and what it was like to grow up on a country estate. He is a wonderful host with a dry sense of humour, which encourages many a tall tale!
"Philip is a wonderfully exuberant host and we all enjoyed a lovely afternoon. The homemade cakes were delicious"
The Gardens feature an avenue of Irish Yew, a stunning Rose Garden, herbaceous borders and a Summerhouse. Wooden benches dotted here and there encourage you to sit back, relax and enjoy these beautiful spaces.
Please scroll down for useful information on prices, group tours and how to book
We look forward to welcoming you to Glemham Hall
Glemham Hall Tours
Tours booked through Glemham Hall last for approximately 1.5 hours and cost £13pp. To book, please call 07920 855041 or send us an email.
Invitation To View tours:
Tours booked through Invitation To View last for approximately 2 hours and include tea, coffee and a slice of home-made cake and cost £17pp. To book a House Tour via the Invitation to View scheme (ITV) please call 01206 573948 or click here to book online.
If you wish to book a tour for your club or society, we can easily accommodate groups of up to 30 people on a date to suit you. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for date availability and more information about group bookings.
For all House Tours, please arrive at the main front door 10 minutes before the tour is due to begin. Free parking is available to the side of the property and is clearly signposted. There is good and level access for disabled visitors on the ground floor and around the gardens but the tour does include a few flights of stairs to the first and second floors. Should you wish to opt out of this part of the tour, you are welcome to take a seat in the Library and the rest of the group will join you after the tour has finished!