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Approach the House by the north facing stone staircase and open the grand front door to marvel at this stunning Elizabethan House, originally built around a 13th century Pele Tower.   A warm welcome awaits you as you enter this fine family home.  Take your time to explore how each generation has left their mark on the architectural fabric of the building and appreciate the magnificent interior with its fine oak panelling, ornate plasterwork, and beautiful collections of furniture, clocks and paintings.

Drawing Room
The Great Hall
Dining Room
Levens Kitchen
Levens Kitchen

Levens Hall has an intriguing history and our House Stewards are always on hand to tell you more.  Owners since 1170, the de Redman family sold the property to the Bellingham family in the 16th century; they enlarged and remodelled the house, only to have it gambled away in a game of cards before it was acquired by Colonel James Grahme in 1688.  It subsequently passed through the female side of the Howard family during the 18th century and then to the Bagot family in the late 19th century.

  

Let battle commence

In 1815, two men faced-off in a muddy field in Belgium: Wellington, with his British and Allied army, and Napoleon with his French Imperial Guard.  Explore the myriad of fascinating artefacts linking the Hall and its occupants to the Duke of Wellington.

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