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Kirby Hall

Corby, Deene

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What's here

Free Parking, On Lead Areas, Pathed Routes, Animals On Route, Picnic Areas, Toilets, Refreshments Available

About this walk

Kirby Hall is an English Heritage site that is dog friendly. You can pay £8 and go into the grounds and ruins. Ideal for small or older dogs who just want a little walk or wander. There is a footpath right outside the entrance for a longer walk.

We walked around the grounds and garden and where there 2.5 hours. There are proper gravelled paths and large grassy areas to run on. Dogs on leads.

There is a shop and picnic area, so make a half day of it. It's a beautiful place. See their website as its not open everyday a d is seasonal.

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How to get there


2 Kirby Ln, Deene, Gretton, Corby NN17 3EN, UK

Location details

Sign posted off the main A43 and follow the country roads. Easy to find. Free car parking.

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