Walks at Berrington Hall

Stroll around Berrington Hall's landscape, which was created by 'Capability' Brown, the man known as 'England's Greatest Gardener'. The Berrington estate falls under a historic tenancy to the Cawley family who graze their livestock here. Please be aware that the lakeside walk and Moreton Ride woodland are currently closed due to the restoration on Berrington's pool. This is a significant project which will enhance biodiversity and the habitat for the heronry. Find out more by heading to the 'Our Work' section of our website. Furthermore, there are diversion in place during lambing season, to ensure that the new born lambs are not disturbed. Please also ensure that all dogs are kept on leads.

A picture of Berrington with the fields of cows in front of it
Walking trail

Parkland walk 

Discover an area created by one of history's most influential landscape architects, 'Capability' Brown

Man and his daughter exploring the outdoors

Berrington den building walk

An easy walk with the chance to construct your own makeshift shelter along the way, this is a perfect route for budding builders.

Swans on the lake

The parkland and lakeside walk

Explore all that the parkland has to offer and stretch your legs as you stride out into the parkland.