Inside Belvoir Castle as it decorates its halls ready for Christmas

Inside Belvoir Castle as it decorates its halls ready for Christmas

11/18/2022

How the other half do Christmas! Inside Belvoir Castle as it decorates its halls ready for the festive season

  • Photos show designer Charlotte Lloyd-Webber putting the finishing touches to Belvoir Castle’s festive décor
  • The festive theme is Cinderella at the Leicestershire estate, home to the Duke and Duchess of Rutland
  • Grand rooms have been lavishly decorated with giant Christmas trees and stunning flower displays 
  • Read more: Chatsworth House puts up its 24-foot tree TWO MONTHS before Christmas Day 

We’re more than half way through November, and for some Christmas enthusiasts, now’s the time to get your festive decorations up, as demonstrated by the staff at Belvoir Castle.

Stunning photographs have captured designer Charlotte Lloyd-Webber already hard at work preparing for Christmas at the Leicestershire 15,000-acre estate, run by the Duke and Duchess of Rutland.

This year, the stately home’s festive theme is Cinderella, and the award-winning interior designer is pictured putting the final touches to the glitzy and quirky decorations – from vibrantly dressed mannequins to elegant Christmas trees and woodland inspired garlands.

We’re more than half way through November, and for some Christmas enthusiasts, now’s the time to get your festive decorations up, as demonstrated by the staff at Belvoir Castle (pictured)

Stunning photographs have captured designer Charlotte Lloyd-Webber already hard at work preparing for Christmas at the Leicestershire 15,000-acre estate, run by Duke and Duchess of Rutland


This year, the stately home’s festive theme is Cinderella, and the award-winning interior designer is pictured putting the final touches to the glitzy and quirky decorations – from vibrantly dressed mannequins to elegant Christmas trees and woodland inspired garlands

Grand rooms have been lavishly decorated with giant Christmas trees and stunning flower displays in preparation for guests, who can visit the festive home from November 18 to January 1 2023. 

The State Dining Room has also been opulently furnished, with colourful place settings likely to put anyone else’s table to shame. 

A description for the event on the Belvoir Castle website read: ‘The countdown to Christmas is on! As the clock strikes twelve on 18th November 2022, Belvoir Castle will be transformed into a breathtaking Cinderella-themed scene. 

Grand rooms have been lavishly decorated with giant Christmas trees and stunning flower displays in preparation for guests, who can visit the festive home from November 18 to January 1 2023.

The State Dining Room has also been opulently furnished, with colourful place settings likely to put anyone else’s table to shame

As well as walking through the lavishly decorated rooms of the house (pictured), guests will also be able to see Father Christmas at the historic property

‘Wander through the lavishly decorated spaces, for an unforgettable family Christmas experience. Journey through Belvoir Castle and take in the festive flamboyance, sprinkled with the fairy godmother’s very own magic.

‘You will go to the ball! Belvoir Castle’s entrance, Guard Room, State Dining Room, Picture Gallery, King’s Rooms and of course, the Ballroom are beautifully embellished with a “bibbidi-bobbidi-boo”.’

As well as walking through the lavishly decorated rooms of the house, guests will also be able to see Father Christmas at the historic property. 

A castle has stood at Belvoir since 1067. The current building, dating from 1801, is known as one of the finest examples of Regency architecture in the country. 

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