Telephone 01924 863892
Open 27th March to 31st October, Wednesday to Sunday (Closed Monday, Tuesday) 1.00pm to 5.00pm.
November 6th to December 19th, Satuday and Sunday only 12.00 noon to 4.00pm.
Grounds, shop and tearooms, times vary. Call for details.
Admission to house and gardens £5.00 adult, £2.50 children, £12.50 family
Admission to grounds only £2.50 adult, £1.20 children
Palladian house built in 1733 for Sir Rowland Winn, by James Paine, where Chippendale started out his career by making furniture especially for the house, which probably exhibits some of the cabinet maker's finest work.
The house has fine examples of Robert Adam's interiors and many other treasures.
There are a shop and tearoom at this National Trust property.
There is also a lakeside walk and children's playground.
Visit the Nostell Priory Website
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