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Charming 15th-century manor house with Arts and Crafts garden

This beautiful medieval manor sits in peaceful countryside.Cross the upper moat, passing barns, gatehouse and delightful parish church to enjoy fine oriel windows and the soldiers, griffons and monkey adorning the rooftops.

Romantic gardens offer terraces, topiary houses, gazebo, lily pond, roses and views across the spring-fed fishpond.

You are welcome to visit the Parish Church when you visit (not National Trust), donations are welcome.

Great Chalfield Manor House is home to the donor family tenants, who manage the house on behalf of the Trust. Find out more about life at the manor in their dog blog.

Manor tours

Step into the cosy drawing room and admire the semicircular oriel window

Entrance to the manor is by guided tour only. To discover the beautiful interiors pick up a ticket at visitor reception.

  • Tue, Wed, Thu and Fri tours hourly from 11am-4pm
  • Sunday tours hourly from 2-4pm
  • Each tour lasts around 45 minutes

 

Science of the solstice

Enjoy an evening event at Great Chalfield

Enjoy an evening event at Great Chalfield

Sunday 22 June, 6pm

Come and celebrate the summer solstice with a talk on the science of our nearest star. View the sun through solar telescopes with Paul Hill FRAS of Sirius Astronomy. Tickets are £25, which include canapes and drinks.

Please contact Patsy or Robert for tickets 01225 782239.
Please note that this event is not organised by the National Trust.

Take a walk to The Courts Garden

Discover beautiful lawns and borders at The Courts Garden

Discover beautiful lawns and borders at The Courts Garden

Complete your day out with a visit to the nearby Courts Garden in Holt. This is a relaxed walk through the Wiltshire countryside.

Reward yourself with a cup of tea at the Rose Garden tea-room in The Courts Garden, or at the Glove Factory Studios en route.

Please note that the shop trust has moved to Lacock.

Dog blog

Our resident dog Ming has lots to say about Great Chalfield. Find out more about life at the manor on her blog.

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