Autumn at Stoneywell is a delight for all of the senses: from the feel of the glowing inglenook fire in the sitting room warming your cheeks to the sound of golden leaves crunching underfoot during a stroll around the woods. And, just as your fingers begin to numb and you can see your breath, a quick dash into the tearoom for a much-welcomed hot chocolate - complete with obligatory marshmallows, of course!
A gardener's work is never done and, with something always in flower, the gardens at Stoneywell bring spectacular colour all year round.
Discover a rich menu of flavours in the walled garden this harvest time.
From an inglenook fire restored using fire-blocks found in the garden to a copper once used for washing clothes, Stoneywell's quirky fireplaces offer a warm welcome this autumn.
Warm yourself by the campfire during the school holidays: help us build the fire before enjoying bonfire treats and storytelling.
As you crunch through the leaves on a wintry walk of Stoneywell Woods, listen out for the rustles, chirps and barks of the creatures who call these woods their home.
Make the most of your last chance to visit Stoneywell before we close for the winter.