Free parking, 30 yards
Dogs on leads and only in grounds. Assistance Dogs are welcome everywhere.
Toilet. Parking. Designated mobility parking. Partly accessible grounds, grass paths, some slopes. Two steps to entrance of building. Ground floor accessible. Dogs on leads only in grounds.
Two steps to entrance of building. Ground floor accessible
Designated mobility parking, 10 yards from the House entrance
Partly accessible grounds, grass paths, some slopes
From the M40 exit at Junction 12, follow the B4451, then follow signs for the B4100 then follow the 'Farnborough Hall' signs. From Upton House, turn left and follow signs for Edge Hill and Ratley. Turn right on the B4086 towards Arlescote. Continue straight on, crossing over the M40, then follow the 'Farnborough Hall' signs
Parking: There is a car park a short walk from the house that allows access to the wider estate too which is open every day. There is parking available closer to the house on open days only.
Sat Nav: Use OX17 1DU
Made from the locally quarried Hornton honey-coloured stone, the house has exquisite plasterwork adorning the interiors.
Sanderson Miller’s designs combined with the Ferme Ornée concept created the unique landscape we see today.
Farnborough Hall is open from April - September, as it is still lived in by the Holbech family.
Nestled in the heart of rural Warwickshire, surrounded by elegant lakes and fine landscape gardens sits Farnborough Hall. Made from the locally quarryed Hornton honey-coloured stone, this country house shimmers in the sunlight.
Inside, the finest 18th-century plasterwork, depicting natural beauty and wildlife, adorns the interiors. On your way around you'll spot many treasures that were collected during the Grand Tour, as well as sentimental family items and photographs.
Farnborough is an outstanding example of the work of Sanderson Miller. Water features, walkways, hedge and tree planting were in contrast to the open and, at that time, unenclosed agricultural land of the Midlands.
There have been ambitious restoration plans for the parkland at Farnborough Hall. Working in partnership with Natural England, we have transformed the area.