Owners of Thornbridge Hall in the Peak District open more private rooms for public to view for the first time

Visitors to Thornbridge Hall at Great Longstone will be able to explore more of the beautiful home’s rooms for the first time.

Saturday, 19th March 2022, 7:54 pm
Jim and Emma Harrison, owners of Thornbridge Hall at Great Longstone, near Bakewell.
Jim and Emma Harrison, owners of Thornbridge Hall at Great Longstone, near Bakewell.

The India suite, the Jaipur bedroom and the family sitting room are new inclusions to private tours which will launch in April.

On the Thornbridge Uncovered tour, visitors will be able to look around the spectacular home of Jim and Emma Harrison.

Take in the beautiful stained glass William Morris windows in the Great Hall where the tour of the house will start, enjoy a Thornbridge beer in a secret underground nightclub and enjoy a wander through the gardens.

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The Thornbridge Uncovered tour of the house will begin in the Great Hall where there are beautiful William Morris stained glass windows.

The two-hour tours are £35 and include all-day garden entry and a guide book.

Places are still available for the tours on April 19, 21, 26 and 28. To book for the Thornbridge Uncovered tour, go to thornbridgehall.co.uk