Total steps: 12
Total steps: 12
Ormesby Hall car park, TS3 OSR
At the overflow car park turn right and head down the drive towards the bridge with the main house behind you and the stable block to your left.
Just before the bridge access, turn left and go through the gate, walking beside the beck and behind the stables.
Keep on the path and continue walking through the woodland. When you reach the tarmac road, head across towards the gate.
Go through the kissing gate and follow the woodland path. Be sure to stop and look out for the vistas across the farmer's field to some great views of the estate.
Carry on through the woodland and continue past the right fork. This part of the walk is known as Pennyman Wood, named after the family who owned it.
Keep on the path ahead as it weaves amongst the trees. Make sure to stop along the way and take in the views across the parkland. You will see the hall in the distance.
As your reach the end of Pennyman woods, follow the path round to the left and through the kissing gate, heading towards the driveway.
Head up the main drive and pass through the wooden gate on the left-hand side. As you walk towards a clump of trees ahead of you, look to the right and you will be able to see the tenanted Ormesby Grange Farm.
The track takes you through the round clump of trees and, as you emerge, if you look to the east you will get a glimpse of the stables. Then continue straight up the drive and you will return back at the main car park.
Starting in the main car park, go to the top of the car park, where you will join the farm track. The track connects the farm with Church Lane.
At the end of the car park go through the gate on the left-hand side and turn left onto the farm track. You will see our natural play area and formal garden on your left behind the trees and hedge. The tenanted fields will be on your right. Follow the track towards the church.
The track brings you back to the car park but you will pass St Cuthbert's Church along the way. Follow the track towards the church and bear left. The garden is still on your left. You will pass the overflow car park with the stables straight ahead.
Ormesby Hall car park, TS3 0SR
Enjoy this walk into an often missed part of Ormesby estate, taking in its upper fields where the tenant farmer grows crops, and Crow Woods for some woodland walking.
If you're looking for a shorter walk at Ormesby, follow this easy trail through the churchyard and along the farm track to take in the sights and sounds of the tenant farmer's fields.
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Ormesby Hall is a two pawprint rated place. Dogs are welcome throughout the gardens, woodland walks and parkland. With acres to explore it’s a great place to share with your dog.