The mansion

Built in 1778-81 for the son of the 3rd Earl of Oxford, Berrington Hall is one of the few masterpieces of the architect Henry Holland to survive intact. The interiors are characteristic of Holland’s refined Louis XVI manner and the house is set amidst a park with an artificial 14-acre lake laid out by the landscape designer ‘Capability Brown’, who was also Holland’s business partner and father-in-law.

Berrington's pillars on the upstairs landing. A mixture of bright yellows and browns mixed in together

The mansion 

The most complete Henry Holland mansion

The kitchen table in the Kitchens

Discover the hidden depths of Berrington as we take you 'below stairs'

Join a volunteer led tour to discover the life of servants in Berrington’s hidden below-stairs.

A pen tray from the elmar Digby collection

Our treasures 

Find out about our treasures on display

An image of all of the letters piled one on top of the other

Surviving letters from the First World War return

Learn about our latest acquisition of some rare letters.

The staircase at Berrington designed by Henry Holland

Organise a group visit 

How to book talks and tours for your group and make the most of your day.

An original map of the designs of the grounds of berrington

Help! Help! Help! The Georgian garden restoration 

Help us with our crucial Walled Garden and Pleasure Grounds restoration project and help restore this rare 'Capability' Brown design to its original Georgian style