Everything you need to know before your visit

A family walking their dog

Keeping visitors happy is at the very heart of Brockhampton; find out everything you need to know before you visit us.


Toilets and baby changing facilities can be found in the car park at the top of the estate and in the courtyard at Lower Brockhampton near the Granary.


A manual wheelchair can be loaned from Visitor Reception, you may wish to ring up to reserve before your visit or likewise visitors are more than welcome to bring their own. There are two steps into the manor; please notify Visitor Reception on arrival and a ramp can be put down for entry.


We love dogs at Brockhampton and they’re very welcome in the grounds, woods and parkland. Please keep them under control, on leads, at Lower Brockhampton as livestock live on the estate. Water bowls can be found in the courtyard and the Old apple Store tea-room, along with outside taps for muddy paws! Dog waste bins are located in both car parks but feel free to use the ‘stick and flick’ method in the woods so we don’t end up with our beautiful trees and hedges decorated with plastic bags.

Eating and shopping

The Old Apple Store tea-room is open for lunches, cakes, cream teas and refreshments. Visit the Granary at Lower Brockhampton for shopping and eating; serving snacks, cakes, sandwiches and refreshments. Indoor and outdoor seating is available but please note the inside seating at The Granary is only accessible via a set of steep steps. The Granary is also a treasure trove of local produce, gifts, homewares, toys and plants. You are welcome to picnic in the orchards and grounds.

School holidays

Each school holiday we offer family trails ad activities for children. Take a look at the 'Upcoming events' section of the website for further details.

The whole family will enjoy the fresh air
A famiiy enjoying a walk on the estate
The whole family will enjoy the fresh air