Facilities & access


  • Shop with select range of locally made products as well as our own brand range
  • Picnic tables in the tea garden
  • Brewhouse tea-room serving homemade cakes and light lunches. Please note that the tea-room is self-service only and unfortunately we don't take bookings for tables
  • Free parking 40m from visitor reception. Walk of 500m from visitor reception through gardens to house
  • Suitable for school groups
  • Dogs on leads welcome in the woods and parkland. Assistance dogs welcome everywhere
  • Guided tours for groups available - please contact us before you travel
  • Free entry for carers
  • We welcome all visitors and will do our best to accommodate your needs. Please call or email us if you've any questions
  • Please note the weekday guided tours between 10.00 and 12.00 are subject to availibilty. Please call before you travel 01256883858

Family & children

  • Baby-changing facilities
  • Highchairs and colouring table in the tea-room
  • Hip-carrying infant seats for loan in the house
  • Tracker packs and trails for children available from visitor reception, house trails available from visitor entrance to house
  • Family events throughout the year


  • Parking for disabled visitors. Buggy transfer available from visitor reception to house by kindness of volunteers - please check before you travel on 01256 883858
  • Accessible toilets close to visitor reception and tea-room
  • Level entrance to house. Ground-floor wheelchair accessible. Video of second floor available in house reception
  • No handrails on stairs - please take care on staircase
  • Gravel and hard paths through gardens and woodlands
  • Induction loops and large print guides available in visitor reception, house, shop and tea-room. Ask at reception
  • Manual wheelchairs available from visitor entrance