Kiplin Hall is in the heart of Herriot Country, situated on the outskirts of Catterick near Richmond. The Hall is based in a large area of land that contains many historic buildings, pools of water and uneven surfaces. It is surrounded by the lovely countryside of North Yorkshire and is within short distance to the historic town of Richmond.
At Kiplin Hall visitors can enjoy having a wander round the museum to see the history involved inside. There are big lakes guests can take a stroll around as well as the long woodland paths in which visitors can explore and possibly follow in the same footsteps that James Herriot might have done.
Visitors can dine in the tearoom where they can enjoy the best snacks and freshly baked cakes from the Kiplin Hall kitchen. The staff make the food to order and change the specials each day to give the guests a new experience each time. Produce for the food is gathered from the walled garden to be used in the kitchen whenever it is possible for them to do so.
Kiplin Hall offers free admission to carers of disabled visitors and even offer a free wheelchair loan if needed. Dogs are also allowed to enjoy the grounds with the guests as long as they are kept on a lead at all times and not being led into the entry of the hall.
Only a 30-minute drive to the historic Thirsk Town centre visitors can also visit the huge attraction of the World of James Herriot if they are looking to broaden their horizons and explore something new.