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Servants Bells in the basement at Wimpole Hall
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Servants Bells in the basement at Wimpole Hall.

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Building Details The asset is associated with the following Building:
Building Name: WIMPOLE HALL Building Type: CULTURE VISITOR ATTRACTION
Architect: UNKNOWN Architect Website:
Street: Clients Website: http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk
Town: ARRINGTON, ROYSTON Year of Completion:
County: CAMBRIDGESHIRE Collection Interiors
Country: United Kingdom Notes Wimpole Hall is a magnificent country house, part of the grandest working estate in Cambridgeshire. This country house, gardens, landscaped park and Home Farm were created by the greatest names of their day in architecture and landscape design. Discover the beautiful and unexpected Georgian interiors of Gibbs, Thornhill and Soane, contrasting with the more intimate rooms of the last owner, Elsie Bambridge, and the intriguing insight into life below stairs. Stroll around the colourful parterre garden and wander through the Pleasure Grounds to the walled kitchen garden, abundant with fruit and vegetables, which will eventually be served as part of a delicious menu in the restaurant. Stride out across the landscape park, among the gently grazing cattle and sheep and imagine the previous owners planning their visions of grand avenues, spectacular vistas, sweeping serpentine lakes and the dramatic Gothic tower with their landscape designers, such as Bridgeman, Brown and Repton.
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