Facilities & access


  • Free parking, 150 yards
  • Shop - selling gifts, and jams and preserves made locally using Arlington-grown produce
  • Tea-room - set in the original Victorian kitchen, serving dishes that use local, seasonal fruit and vegetables
  • Toilet facilities
  • Tours available for pre-booked groups
  • Groups welcome - please contact us before you visit
  • Two National Trust holiday cottages: Mortuary Cottage (sleeps 2) and Woolley Lodge (sleeps 3)
  • Information point
  • Dogs on leads welcome in the gardens and carriage museum
  • Two dog waste bins are located on site

Family & children

  • Baby-changing facilities
  • Front-carrying baby slings and hip-seat carriers to borrow
  • Rain covers available
  • Children's play area
  • Children's activity workshops during school holidays
  • Children's I-spy sheets available in house and carriage museum


  • Designated mobility parking 20 yards, next to visitor reception
  • Adapted toilets next to tea-room and in the carriage museum
  • House - wheelchair on loan
  • Braille guide
  • Large print guide
  • Virtual tour
  • Induction loop
  • Loose gravel paths, slopes, partly accessible grounds. Map available of an accessible route around grounds.
  • Lift to first floor of the carriage museum
  • One PMV (electric scooter) available for hire on a first-come, first-served basis
  • Free mobility buggy to carry passengers from the house to the carriage museum, runs most days
  • Tramper Mobility Scooter available for hire to explore old lake walk and wilderness. Must be pre-booked on 01271 850296, conditions apply.