Festive Afternoon Teas will be available in the Library at Lupton House on Wednesdays, Thursdays & Fridays from the 2nd to the 18th December 2020.
Pre booking is essential and payment will be taken on booking. Tables will be bookable for a 90 minute period and for a maximum of 6 people per table.
There will be a vegetarian option available on request but please note that there will be no other menu adjustments available.
The afternoon teas will be served in the Library in the main house in a lovely festive setting. Please check in for your booking at the main house.
Please call 01803 845800 to book a table. Spaces are limited.
The Christmas Craft Fayre at Lupton House is back!
Lupton’s Christmas Craft Fayre is back for 2020 on the 12th & 13th December from 10am until 4pm.
£1 per person entry
COVID RESTRICTIONS APPLY
There will be a one way system in place and room capacities will apply. Unfortunately the system will be unsuitable for pushchairs and wheelchairs.
Please respect social distancing, remember that you are required to wear a face covering and appreciate that there may be queues.
The Coach House Café will be serving light bites and refreshments, please be aware that the usual café menu will be unavailable on these dates.
Lupton House is hosting it’s first ever music festival on Saturday 31st July & Sunday 1st August 2021.
Originally due to be held in the summer of 2020, but postponed until 2021 de to the covid-19 pandemic.
With a great line up of local bands, a beer tent from Bays Brewery, hot food and market stalls, this festival is set to become a great annual summer event.
Tickets are on sale now and are available by clicking HERE
For the full event website with all the details please visit www.luptonmusicfestival.co.uk
The Italianate Garden here at Lupton House has undergone some trial repair work!
For more information on the work that has been completed, visit Jonathan Rhind Architects Blog by clicking here.
Jonathan Rhind Architects and William & Burrows Heritage Repairs have been working alongside the Lupton Trust in this Historic England funded project.
“This trial repair work has focused on introducing new stone to replace the heavily eroded original stone and the re-use and salvage of original features.”
Images belong to Jonathan Rhind Architects.