Spend the day here

Enjoying a walk at Brockhampton Estate

We've got everything sussed here at Brockhampton. With 1700 acres of parkland to explore, the medieval manor, activities throughout the year and somewhere to feed hungry tummies. What are you waiting for?

Bring your dog 

We are incredibly dog friendly and look forward to welcoming you and your four legged friend to Brockhampton. Having a working farm on site, we do ask that dogs are kept under control at all times and that gates are left as you find them.

Dogs enjoying their visit
Three dogs in front of wooden gatehouse
Dogs enjoying their visit

Enjoy variety 

Enjoy an hour or two den building and exploring in Paradise wood. Track nature and identify different varieties of trees. Take a wander around the manor house and discover what artefacts lie within. See the display of old tools and machinery displayed in the courtyard and learn about Brockhampton as a working farm. Don’t forget to take a peek in our second hand bookshop where you can choose from a variety of good reads whilst helping support our vital conservation work.

Come and browse our preloved books
The bookshop at Brockhampton
Come and browse our preloved books

Fill hungry tummies 

Rumbling tummies will be happy to hear we have two food outlets on the estate. The Old Apple Store tea-room is located on the top of the estate and is open daily from February to November serving light lunches. The Granary is located near the manor and serves fresh cake and hot drinks. Both The Old Apple Store and Granary have indoor and outdoor seating, however, please note The Granary's indoor seating is up a steep staircase.