Using the facilities
If you wish to use toilet or eating facilities before your walk, you will need to pay for admission or scan your membership card for entry to Speke Hall.
Total steps: 8
Total steps: 8
Car park, outside Reception, grid ref: SJ421824
Start your walk in the car park. If you wish to use toilet or eating facilities before your walk, you will need to pay for admission or scan your membership card for entry to Speke Hall. Follow the path opposite the Visitor Reception, cross over the road while watching out for traffic, and enter Stockton’s Wood. Walk along the path, then follow it left and head through the woods to the main drive.
When you reach the drive, turn left onto the drive and then turn right through the gate.
Go past the pond and follow the track as it bends to the left. You will see a large tree and a hedge-lined path to your right.
Turn right at the end of the path and onto the field. Follow the path all the way around the perimeter.
Carry on around the edge of the meadow, following the hedgerow.
When you reach the edge of the meadow, turn left and head back down the path towards the gates.
When you reach the gate, head through, turn left onto the drive and then re-enter Stockton’s Wood where you came out at Step 2. Then retrace your steps through the wood, taking a right-hand turn to lead you to the edge of the car park.
Watch out for traffic and walk back over to Visitor Reception to finish your walk. Here, you can pay admission or scan your membership card to enjoy everything Speke Hall has to offer, from delicious food at Home Farm restaurant to colourful gardens filled with relaxing spots.
Speke Hall car park
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