Christmas Market

Join us at the Engine Yard between the 6th and 10th of December for our first Christmas market, with stalls and traders from the local area! Enjoy mulled wine, festive music and the Engine Yard […]

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Free Annual Pass for Castle Visitors!

Belvoir Castle has today announced a new Annual Pass which enables visitors to enjoy the Estate for 12 months, when just paying once. To celebrate the launch of the Engine Yard retail development, the Duke […]

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Engine Yard Now Open

The Engine Yard is a centre of excellence for food & drink unlike any other in the region that champions local companies and great British brands. At its heart, the Yard’s café produces nutritious, on-trend […]

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Duke of Rutland’s New Book

RESOLUTION Two Brothers, a Nation in Crisis, a World at War by  David Rutland & Emma Ellis   Based upon the detailed archives held at Belvoir Castle, and drawing on a wealth of primary research, RESOLUTION charts […]

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See the new Capability Brown Landscape video.

In January 2013 extensive 2 year restoration began at Belvoir – over 500 acres of woodland were cleared. During this process, a discovery was made in the archives – a collection of plans that Capability Brown had drawn up in 1780.

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Can’t wait to say I do?

Have your perfect fairy tale wedding day at Belvoir Castle this year. Our late availability dates and prices have now been released. Contact Megan Turner for more details; mturner@belvoircastle.com or 01476 871031. Late Availability Dates […]

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Team Building & Reward Days at Belvoir

The Duke and Duchess of Rutland invite you to let our team bring your team together to create stronger staff relationships and long term company loyalty, this can be done in a variety of ways at Belvoir.  We […]

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Equinox 24

Saturday 17th 2016 / Sunday 18th September 2016 Equinox 24 is a 24 hour mixed terrain race against the clock. The event is open to all abilities: whether entering to run solo or in a […]

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Belvoir Castle on Channel 4

The Duchess of Rutland and Sir Alan Titchmarsh celebrates the 300th anniversary of Alan’s horticultural hero by helping create one of Capability Brown’s lost masterpieces at Belvoir Castle. Watch the trailer here

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