Architecturally, Lamport Hall is of Grade I importance.
During the time of the Commonwealth, the Hall was developed from a Tudor Manor and is now best known for its classical frontage. This was started by John Webb in 1655 and completed in the eighteenth century, to the design of Francis Smith of Warwick.
The Hall contains a wealth of outstanding furniture, books and paintings collected by the Isham family. Most were bought during the third Baronet’s Grand Tour of Europe, in the 1670s. They include portraits by Van Dyck, Kneller, Lely and others.
Distance to Lamport Hall from Church Farm Lodge - 3 Miles.
Got a question? Need some further information about a room? Drop us a line and we will try to respond as quickly as possible.