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Kelburn Castle and Estate
The 10th Earl opened the Country Centre in 1977 and converted the buildings which previously formed the ‘Home Farm’ which was fully operational up until the First World War. Here farm animals and estate workers lived side by side and included- a stable, byre, piggery, hen house, laundry, dairy, sawmill and cottages with upper rooms for the dairy & laundry maids.Stable stalls are still in place in the café; feeding troughs can be seen in the Old Byre; the gift shop has a fine closed cooking range in its original position and the café courtyard rests upon the old midden.
Dogs are very welcome to visit Kelburn. We just ask that they are kept on a lead at all times for the health and safety of other visitors, horses, our free roaming chickens, pheasants, and cats.
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Listing Updated: 21/03/2022
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