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Lawn games to borrow in the porch, flourishing gardens, a barrow selling fresh veg and cut flowers at the gate … Kiplin Hall is a special place to stop. It dates back to 1620, was built for George Calvert (who went on to found the US state of Maryland), and is well worth a tour if you can stay a while. For a quick bite, head to the tearoom for soups, sandwiches and cakes (currently takeaway only). Dogs are welcomed in the grounds on a lead and there are plenty of footpaths through woodland and open parkland – sometimes with grazing sheep – as well as a circular one-mile lakeside walk.

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