Walking

Walking trail

Berrington parkland walk

Walking trail

A short but sweet tour of the parkland in front of the house through majestic trees and down to the lake with its reed beds and lily pads.

Map

Map route for Berrington Hall parkland walk

Start:

Left off the main drive just passed visitor reception SO51109 63702

1

Upon leaving visitor reception walk down the main drive until you see a gate on your left providing your entrance to the parkland. The route is marked as the red trail on the marker posts.

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Berrington Hall from a distance with sheep grazing in the landscape

2

Follow the fence down to the lake.

3

Once by the lake turn right, walking along the side of the lake. Carry straight on towards the bench on the edge of the small wood in front of you.

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Berrington Hall from over the ha-ha

4

Fork right along the edge of the small wood then carry on across the field towards the left hand side of the mansion, where you will see a gate that takes you into the gardens.

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End:

Gate into front drive of house OS50878 63701

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Berrington parkland walk

Terrain

A walk across stock fields and around the lake then a gentle climb back up to the house. Dogs allowed on leads.

Also we have a series of new outdoor installations by artists Red Earth. You can see these in the video below and get a taste for all that our landscape has to offer as you explore the parkland.

 

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Berrington parkland walk

Contact us

Berrington parkland walk

How to get here

Address
Berrington Hall, near Leominster HR6 0DW
By road

7 miles south of Ludlow on west side of A49. Parking: free, 30 yards to visitor reception

By bus

Ludlow to Hereford (passing close Ludlow train station and Leominster), alight Luston, 2 miles

By bicycle

7 miles south of Ludlow on west side of A49

Berrington parkland walk

Facilities and access

  • Dogs are welcome on leads in the parkland
  • Toilets and baby-changing facilities
  • Tea-room - relax with a homemade cake or a light lunch inspired by the family's recipes
  • Gift Shop selling locally sourced goods
  • Picnics welcome
  • Free parking, 30 yards
  • Groups welcome, please contact us before your visit
  • Children's play area and woodland den building area
  • Children's quizzes and trails
  • Front-carrying baby slings and hip-carrying infant seats for loan