Lanhydrock this winter
The Lanhydrock countryside is open this winter for everyone to enjoy the outdoors. There are more details below on how to get the best from your visit. So wrap up warm, walk, cycle and explore before rewarding yourself with a warm cup of something tasty at the Park Café.
Lanhydrock this winter
The Lanhydrock countryside is open this winter. Booking is not required, but normal car parking charges apply (£1 for an hour, £5 all day or free for NT members. Parking tickets can be purchased in the Park Cafe or using the PayByPhone app). Respryn car park remains open.
The Park Cafe is open seven days a week, 9.30-4pm with a limited takeaway range of hot and cold drinks and snacks. Visitors are required to wear a mask inside unless exempt.
The house and garden are now closed until 1 March 2021. There is no buggy shuttle service available.
There are toilet facilities open opposite the Park Cafe. There are no toilets available at the house.
The cycle trails are open every day and free to use. No booking required. The cycle hire is closed for the duration of the latest lockdown. See the cycling at Lanhydrock page for information.
The Plant Centre is closed for the duration of the latest lockdown.
The children's play area remains open.
The coach and mini-bus car park remains closed. Parking is available in the main car park, accessible via the Double Lodges entrance which has a 2.5m wide gate or at Respryn which has a 4.8m wide gate.
Explore the estate
Can you find a conker on a Horse Chestnut Tree? Or can you find the leaves that have turned the brightest red? There are so many routes around the Lanhydrock countryside to discover; from muddy puddles by the river to piles of crispy leaves in the shady lanes and the rustling peace of the ancient woodland, there are trails for all ages and abilities. Remember, dogs are welcome anywhere across the 900 acre estate.
Head outside on a bike on our range of woodland cycle trails
Whether you're new to cycling or an experienced cyclist, we've got a range of trails to suit all abilities. Check out the cycle pages to find a trail that's right for you.
50 things fun
Have you started your 50 Things to do before you're 11 ¾ challenge yet? Autumn at Lanhydrock is the perfect time to get started. Can you build a den in the woods? Can you play a game of conkers? You could even go Welly Wandering. Follow the link to find out about all the different 50 Things activities you can complete and download your own list.
Tasty treats at the Park Cafe
After a day exploring, reward yourself with a tasty treat from the Park Café. We've worked hard to make the cafe as safe as possible for all our staff and visitors, whilst keeping the same friendly atmosphere and delicious hot food and drinks to help you warm up after your outdoor adventures. The Park Cafe is open seven days a week, 9.30am-4pm.
Fancy becoming a member?
Your membership is more important now than ever, to help us protect over 500 houses and outdoor spaces for future generations. It will also bring you access to National Trust houses and gardens as well as free parking. To find out more and to purchase membership online, follow the link below.