Opening times for 4 March 2024
Asset Opening time Stoneacre Closed
Stoneacre will re-open for select weekends throughout the year from Saturday 13 April 2024.MTWTFSS2627282912345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031
There is a large car park at the bottom of the hill in the paddock. There is also separate mobility parking opposite the main gate (40 yards).
There is a toilet available on the ground floor of the property.
Dogs on leads are permitted within the garden but not in any of the buildings. Assistance dogs are allowed in the buildings.
Toilet. Car park at the bottom of the hill. Partly accessible, stone pathway to entrance, uneven ground. Accessible route.
Accessible route and/or map
Please ask Visitor Reception or our volunteers for the best accessible routes.
There are seats available within the house and the garden. Picnics are welcome in the gardens, we also have an indoor picnic area. We politely ask you to take your rubbish home with you.
There is a drop-off point at the top of the hill near the house. However, visitors are welcome to drop off at the main entrance and there are two blue badge holder spaces just opposite the main gate.
Partial accessibility - there is a stone pathway to the entrance where the ground is uneven. Parts of the garden are on multiple levels with steep slopes, steps and hills.
Stoneacre is a one pawprint rated place. Dogs are welcome so relax and stroll through the estate, and in the surrounding countryside. Here's some useful information to help you enjoy your walk.
Fifteenth-century half-timbered yeoman's house, and a perfect example of a Wealden Hall-House. Highlights include the Great Hall and the Solar.
Split into two gardens, the front has a Ginkgo biloba tree and colourful planting. The rear is more natural with long grass and an orchard.
The house is surrounded by the Otham Valley, where the woodland offers wildflowers, wildlife and stunning views of Stoneacre
Step back in time and explore Stoneacre, a beautifully restored medieval yeoman's house, as well as its attractive garden and country walks in the surrounding area
15th-century half-timbered yeoman's house, featuring a great hall and surrounded by glorious garden, orchard and meadows.
A perfect example of a Wealden Hall-House, it is full of beautiful collections of furniture, wood and metal work.
Wonderful woodland walks over the Otham Valley can begin from here.
Explore over 500 years of history at Stoneacre and its beautifully restored rooms, including the parlour, the solar and the great hall, each with a fascinating story to tell