Facilities & access


  • Free parking. On arrival please check-in at Visitor Reception (including NT members)
  • 35 acres of gardens and grounds with a variety of walking routes
  • Dogs are welcome on leads in the stableyard and parkland
  • Stables Restaurant serving delicious seasonal dishes, cakes and light refreshments
  • The Ride Play Café, open from 10.30am, serves a variety of lighter snacks, coffee and cakes.
  • Coach House Shop selling a wide variety of seasonal gifts, treats and local products
  • Garden Shop selling gifts with a seasonal and outdoors focus
  • Second-hand bookshop in the stables
  • A varied programme of seasonal events, talks and walks
  • Group visits are welcome. Advance booking is required and an information booklet is available

Family & children

  • Baby-changing facilities are available in the Ride Play Café, parkland toilets and parent & baby room
  • Front-carrying baby slings and hip-carrying infant seats are available to borrow from the house
  • A variety of activity packs and trails are available from the Garden Interpretation Room
  • Outdoor adventure playground, open March - October, includes picnic facilities and miniature train
  • Ride Play Café, open 364 days of the year, offers undercover adventure play


  • Due to Belton's historic setting, there are many areas with uneven cobbles and gravel paths. If unfamiliar with the property we suggest you contact a member of the team when planning your visit
  • Dedicated disabled parking spaces are available near Visitor Reception
  • Our Greyhound buggy provides a shuttle bus service between the car park, stableyard and house (please note that this service is operated by volunteers and on occasion may be unavailable)
  • Accessible toilets are located in the parkland, stableyard, Ride Play Café and gardens
  • We have a number of mobility scooters and manual wheelchairs available to borrow from Visitor Reception - however advance booking is essential. Please note that these are bookable for 2 hours maximum.
  • Access to the house is via a stairclimber. We regret that this cannot be pre-booked. Please enquire on arrival at the house. (Due to fire regulations access is restricted to one person at a time). Please note that visitors are required to transfer from their wheelchair to the stairclimber in order to gain access.
  • We can offer the opportunity for closer access to some items in our collection - please speak to the house team in the Marble Hall
  • Please note that access to our Below Stairs Tours is via a spiral staircase. If you have any special requirements our team at Visitor Reception are happy to help
  • An induction loop is available at Visitor Reception
  • If you have any questions or need advice, please ask our team