Opening times for 4 March 2024
Asset Opening time Manor Closed Garden Closed
Manor admission by 45 minute guided tour only: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 11am, 12pm, 2pm, 3pm and 4pm; Sunday at 2pm,3pm and 4pm. Gardens open at 1pm on Sundays. Group visits are welcome Friday and Monday (not Bank Holidays); please contact the tenant, Robert Floyd, on 01225 782239 to arrange group visits.MTWTFSS2627282912345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031
Ticket type Gift aid Standard Adult £9.50 Child £4.75 Family £23.75 1 adult and up to 3 children £14.25 Group Adult £9.10 Group Child £4.50
Manor and Garden
Ticket type Gift aid Standard Adult £13.00 Child £6.50 Family £32.50 1 adult and up to 3 children £19.50 Group Adult £12.40 Group Child £6.20
Assistance dogs only
Honesty box tea and coffee facilities in Edwardian Motor House and Coach House. Please note, tea, coffee and biscuits only. This is not a National Trust food outlet.
Designated mobility parking and drop-off. Accessible toilets. Some paths uneven. Stepped entry to the Hall; ramp available.
Accessible route and/or map
off B3107 via Broughton Gifford Common, follow sign for Broughton Gifford/Bell Inn (warning, narrow lane).
Parking: free, 100 yards, on grass verge outside manor gates
Sat Nav: use SN12 8NH
1-mile walk by public footpath from The Courts Garden (National Trust), Holt
Bradford-on-Avon, 3 miles
Bradford-on-Avon to Holt
NCN254. On the Wiltshire Cycleway
Medieval manor house, restored in the early 20th century. A much-loved family home, and important example of Edwardian period charm.
A romantic Arts and Crafts garden with topiary houses, a rose garden and a spring-fed pond.
This beautiful medieval manor sits in peaceful countryside. Cross the upper moat, passing barns, gatehouse and delightful parish church to enjoy fine oriel windows and the soldiers, griffins and monkey adorning the rooftops.
Romantic gardens offer terraces, topiary houses, gazebo, lily pond, roses and views across the spring-fed fishpond.
You are welcome to visit the parish church when you visit (not National Trust), donations are welcome.
Great Chalfield Manor House is home to the donor family tenants, who manage the house on behalf of the Trust.
Many of the places in our care helped bring the Bafta-winning Poldark series to life, including lots of coast and countryside areas that are rich in mining and Cornish history.
When Jennifer Connor became a garden volunteer at Great Chalfield for a summer she had no idea of the effect it would have on her life and future. Read more about her story here.