Visiting Barrington Court: what you need to know

Bright yellow flowers in front of the Bustles at Barrintgon Court

You can visit the garden, parkland, café, shop and book barn. Read this article to find everything you need to know about what is open and what you can expect from your visit. We look forward to welcoming you.

What's open

The garden, parkland and toilets are open daily from 10am to 5pm. Strode Café closes slightly earlier at  4.45pm and shop opens a little later at 11am.

The second-hand book barn is also open every day from 11am to 4pm. Book donations are by appointment only.  

The house is closed. Weather conditions caused damage to part of the roof in recent years. Scaffolding has been erected around some of Court House to allow engineering and ecological surveys to be carried out.

Arrival and parking  

The car park is located on the left approximately 50 yards down the driveway. The car park is open until 5.30pm. Parking is free and it's a 50-yard walk from the car park to Visitor Reception. Designated mobility parking is available further down the driveway, next to Visitor Reception.

The Visitor Welcome team are ready to great in Reception. If you’re a member, you’ll need to show your membership card and non-members can purchase a ticket. 

We have some wheelchairs available to borrow. Pre-booking is recommended. Please email barringtoncourt@nationaltrust.org.uk.

How long can I spend here? 

There is no limit to the amount of time you can spend at Barrington Court during your visit.   

Can I bring a dog? 

Dogs are not allowed in the formal garden except for assistance dogs but are welcome on leads around the estate.  

Dog bins can be found in strategic positions, so please make use of them.

Accessibility 

•    Accessible toilet and baby change facilities available.  
•    The route to the formal gardens is step free. Path surfaces around the wider estate include brick, tarmac and grass. 
•    The formal gardens have brick paths that are accessible for wheelchairs, albeit bumpy and uneven in places.