Facilities at Brockhampton Estate

A mother and daughter on a swing

We aim to create the perfect day out for families, couples and independent explorers alike.


We are extremely dog friendly here and four legged friends are allowed pretty much everywhere apart from inside the manor and catering outlets. There are many outside areas with seating dotted around to rest tired legs and enjoy a picnic or bite to eat. Our lovely gift shop also inside the Granary stocks National Trust gifts, plants and toys. 

Dogs are welcome here too!
A family walking their dog
Dogs are welcome here too!

We have two modest tea-rooms, the Granary serves pre-made sandwiches and drinks and the Old Apple Store tea-room serves hotpots, soup and cakes from Easter onwards.

We have conveniently placed toilets by both catering outlets for when nature calls, including disabled access and baby change. We also have composting loos near the Grove Pool, ideal for school groups who want to spend a little longer out on the estate. 

Ample parking on the estate includes two hard surface car parks, one at the top of the estate and another near Lower Brockhampton Manor. There is also an overflow car park for when we are busy.

Throughout the school holidays we have added extras for children such as trails and pond dipping kit hire. Find out what’s on offer when you visit by asking a member of staff from Visitor Reception or by giving us a phone call or email directly before your visit.  

During the colder months we offer more indoor activities such as making flower posies and crafts inside the manor house. 

Making lavender bags inside the manor
A family making lavender bags inside the manor
Making lavender bags inside the manor

There’s always plenty to do when you and your family visit Brockhampton. With activities and facilities, a medieval moated manor house and 1700 acres of woodland and pasture, you’re sure to fall in love with this special place.