Ashridge Estate

Ancient trees, rolling chalk downlands and lush meadows in an area of outstanding natural beauty

Ashridge Estate, Hertfordshire

Autumn events at Ashridge 

From deer rut walks to watercolour workshops, there's plenty to see and do on the Ashridge Estate

The far corners of Ashridge

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What's on 

Whats on autumn 2018

Upcoming events

Voices: Women of Influence at Ashridge

Fri 21 Sep 2018
From 3 March 2018 - February 2019 the exhibition Voices: Women of Influence at Ashridge explores the impact of five women on the Ashridge Estate.

Ashridge in Autumn walk

Sat 06 Oct 2018
Explore Ashridge at one of the most scenic times of the year on this guided walk through the estate.

Gentle Stroll - Deer Rut

Wed 17 Oct 2018
Join our knowledgeable volunteers on this gentle walk to look for rutting deer.

Deer Rut Walks at Ashridge

Fri 19 Oct 2018
Come and join us for a guided walk to see our fallow deer during the rutting season.

Halloween Trail and Craft

Mon 22 Oct 2018
Join us at the visitor centre to make spooky crafts and follow our Halloween trail.

Watercolour Workshops

Sun 28 Oct 2018
Join local artist Liz Rogers and create your own watercolour painting of Ashridge.
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A grassy path through the woods

Abundant wildlife to be found

It's a wildlife lovers paradise at Ashridge - there are so many species to be found amongst the grassy hills and in the woods. Skylarks soar through the skies in the spring and fallow deer bucks face off during autumn for the best mates.

Ancient settlements on Ivinghoe Beacon at Ashridge Estate

A brief history of Ashridge

From Iron Age earthworks, monastries and palaces to First World War practice trenches, Ashridge has a history to appeal to everyone.

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Places to stay

A view of Chilterns Bunkhouse, at Ashridge Estate

Chilterns Bunkhouse

This converted barn is nestled in the heart of Ashridge, and offers accommodation for up to sixteen people. Enjoy a peaceful woodland setting known for its ancient trees, herd of fallow deer and striking vistas around every corner.