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Kelmarsh Hall
Kelmarsh, Northamptonshire, England
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Kelmarsh Hall is a lovely historic house, mainly dating to the 18th century. Though the house itself is of historic interest, the main reason for a visit is the lovely gardens surrounding the house, which are the work of gardener Norah Lindsay and noted landscape architect Geoffrey Jellicoe.

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