Walking through the Ormesby Hall estate

Woman and young girl walking through the yew hedges onto the croquet lawn

A good walk is the perfect way to enjoy the changing seasons through the woodlands, across the farmers’ fields and amongst the flowers in the garden.

Put on your walking shoes and get exploring the different parts of Ormesby Hall you have never ventured to before.

The Ormesby estate has over 200 acres of woodlands, crop fields, running streams and open fields. The walks will take you past the tenant farmers fields, some with sheep and horses grazing, depending on the time of year.

There is a mile walk around the perimeter of the house and garden, which gives you some great views as you pass by St Cuthberts Church and the stable block (currently not open). For longer walks you can head to nearby Stewart Park, council owned, or up to the top fields. Please ask for directions or a map on arrival. Enjoy your walk through the Ormesby Hall estate.

Follow the welcome map to enjoy a walk through the estate
Map of the Ormesby Hall estate showing a walk
Follow the welcome map to enjoy a walk through the estate

Download the welcome map to follow the estate walk here: Ormesby Hall estate walk map (PDF / 0.2MB) download

We have lots of dog walkers using the estate every day, we ask please keep your dog on a lead and under control, especially near the livestock. There are dog bins at the entrances to the walk so please help us keep the estate clean by picking up.