The Venue

Based on feedback from last years festival, we wanted to find a new venue that had easier access, stunning views and was more than just a field!
Ladies & gentlemen, we bring you the magnificent Kirklinton hall & Gardens!  Built in the 17th Century and currently in the process of being restored to its former glory, Kirklinton Hall sits on a 14 acre site that features a beautiful part-walled garden.

The 2019 Feel Good Festival Venue
Kirklinton hall & Gardens!  

Fancy a peek at the magic of Kirklinton Hall & the stunning gardens? Have a quick look below...

Further information about Kirklinton Hall

The 2019 Feel Good Festival will be held at the beautiful Kirklinton hall and gardens. When not taking part in 'Feel Good' activities, visitors can enjoy the magnificent architecture and fairy tale gardens.

Facilities

There are disabled facilities, toilets, showers and free parking. The venue is dog friendly but dogs are to be kept on a lead and under control at all times. Food and drink will be available from morning until evening all weekend and an evening bar will be serving alcoholic drinks. 

The gardens at Kirklinton feature an orchard, nuttery, quince grove, bog garden, duck palace, pigs, a yurt, a gypsy caravan and a campsite. A scented rose maze and rose terraces surround The Great Hall. There's also a Children's Garden with a sandpit and play house.

You can 'pick your own' fruits or vegetables, dependent what is in season, or purchase some of the plants that have been grown for you to take back to your own garden.

Take a walk through the woods past the dragons to the Faerie Glen following the path down the side of the beck and the cascades of water. Relax at The Captain’s Seat where you can sit and enjoy the tranquillity of nature and see the rock carving of the Faerie Princess’s face.