Kimberley, a Queen Anne House built in 1712, is one of the finest houses in Norfolk and remains a much-loved family home. Situated on the ‘hill at Downham’ in an Arcadian landscape designed in 1778 by Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown, the house overlooks a substantial 15-acre lake and the River Tiffey valley. The park is also home to Norfolk’s best collection of ancient oaks.

The 18 th century rooms in the Hall and West Wing offer something for everybody – combining traditional grandeur with a unique, stylish entertainment space incorporating a contemporary bar area and a state-of-the-art lighting and laser system that can be adapted to complement your event. Kimberley has the flexibility to be whatever you want it to be; a blank canvas upon which to exercise your creative energy. The only limitation is your imagination. Despite its idyllic rural setting, Kimberley is centrally located in Norfolk, 9 miles from Norwich and with arterial road, rail and air links close-by to Cambridge (1 hour) and London (2 hours). We also have a private air strip for light aircraft.

Spring is in the air The days are becoming longer, the landscape is changing and the scent of blossom is in the air. The wild daffodils are still in the woods and lining the beautiful drive, and forget-me-nots, tulips and bluebells are emerging in the garden […]
Honoured to be featured in the latest edition of the Historic House magazine with our projection on the house of artist Chris Levine’s iconic portrait of HM Queen Elizabeth II to coincide with the National Moment of Reflection at 8pm the eve of her funeral on […]
With Winter Weddings in full swing and Christmas just round the corner, preparations are underway to make Kimberley Hall look festive and ready for the big day. Steve, the Estate Manager got to work cutting down this years main Christmas tree, even the dogs wanted a […]