Welcome to Childerley

A view of Childerley house from the driveway

Harvest Festival in Childerley Chapel:  Sunday 28 September 2014 at 11 am.  All welcome.

History

Childerley, the surviving redbrick wing of a celebrated Elizabethan House, where Charles I was once held under house arrest, sits in a famous garden that has been created by the present owner, and is adjacent to one of the longest timber-framed barns in England.

Purchased by the Jenkins family in 1957, Childerley is not only a family home, but also a superb location for Weddings, Conferences and Events. Childerley is a working farm, and also has a family run wine business.

A unique setting for events

The Victorian farmstead and the delightful Hall gardens offer unique settings for events ranging from dinners and receptions to weddings and parties, and from product launches to concerts.

Getting to Childerley

Childerley is located just 6 miles west of Cambridge off the A428. Find us using our map, or contact the Childerley Office for further information.

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Take a look around Childerley…

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