Facilities and Access

Entrance to the site is charged for, but the admission fee gives unlimited repeat visits to the House, Garden and Tea Room up to the end of the current opening season
There is a separate charge for events and activities days.

parking_icon  The site has a car park, with room for coach parking.

disabled_parking  There are designated disabled parking spaces.

cafe_icon  Tea room open 11.00 am – 4.00 pm Thursday to Sunday from May to the end of September.

gift_shop_icon  The small, but specialist stocked shop in the Barn offers souvenirs and gifts, together with information about the Gardens provided by The Friends of the 1620s House

babychanging_blue_sm  Approved facilities are available in the accessible toilet.

toilets_icon  There are toilets onsite for visitors.

disabled_toilet_icon  There are wheelchair accessible toilets onsite for visitors.

wheelchair_icon  Access for visitors with disabilities is limited to the gardens and the ground floor of the Manor House.

assisted_wheelchair_icon  Assisted wheelchair users are welcome, however there is restricted access to the upper floors of the House. Photographic information will be available and it’s our intention to have this available digitally in the near future.

assisted_dogs_icon  Well behaved dogs on leads are welcome on the site. Please note: only assistance dogs are permitted in the House and Barn Tea Rooms.

induction_loop_icon  Hearing loop/ equipment is available onsite.

staff_assistance_icon  Staff assistance is available on site, please ask for aassistanceon arrival at the site.

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