This cottage, named after the 15 peacocks that live in the grounds of Kirby Hall, stands at the end of an avenue of horse chestnut trees. It has an enclosed garden and opens onto the hall's parklands.
The cottage has an enclosed garden with car parking for two cars and opens in to the parkland of the Kirby Hall, where peacocks freely roam the grounds. Once the public have gone home, explore the ruins of this once great house and wander around the recently restored great gardens with their elaborate 'cutwork' design, complete with statues and urns.Discover more things to do during your stay
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