Ancestral home of the Brudenell family, whose famous son was at the head of the Charge of the Light Brigade in 1854. The house dates back to the 16-17C. Situated around a central courtyard, it was enlarged in the 18 and 19C. The largest part is the great hall of 1571, with splendid Renaissance décor and a miraculously well preserved ceiling. The miniscule oak room is more intimate and houses some charming portraits of women and children.
Address:Corby, NN17 3EW Deene
Phone:+44 1780 450278
Price:10 £ (children 6 £)
Easter Sun and Mon 2pm-5pm; May-Aug: Mon Bank Hols and Sun 2pm-5pm; Sep: Wed 2pm-5pm, last admission 1hr before closing; garden May-Aug: Tue-Fri 11am-4pm and House opening days