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National Trust's Brockhampton Estate

  • 4.7

  • from 239 Google reviews

National Trust's Brockhampton Estate
National Trust's Brockhampton Estate

Brockhampton Estate - gatehouse and manor house by DeFacto. CC BY-SA 4.0

About the garden

At the heart of this 687-hectare farmed estate lies Lower Brockhampton Manor House, a romantic timber-framed house dating back to the late 14th century.

There are miles of walks through the orchards, park and woodlands, featuring ancient trees, the picturesque Lawn Pool and challenging natural play trail for mini adventurers.

Opening times

Estate open daily year-round, 10:00 - 17:00 May - 4 Nov 2018, open daily: House, Shop & Granary Food Kiosk 11:00 - 17:00 Grounds 10:00 - 17:00 Tea-room 10:00 - 17:00 (Sat - Sun only, except Aug: open daily) 5 Nov - 31 Dec 2018, open Sat - Sun only: House, Grounds, Shop & Granary Food Kiosk 11:00 - 16:00 Tea Room Closed

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Cafe or restaurant

Food and drink facilities include a cafe/restaurant.

Shops

None

Herefordshire, WR6 5TB

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Herefordshire
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Google reviews

  • 4.7

  • from 239 Google reviews

Paul Meathrel

3 months ago

4

This is a lovely place to visit, there is plenty of parking down a mile long driveway. The house is very interesting with good use made of local records, to tell the story. The book shop is small but well stocked, with toilet and baby change facilities nearby. The cafe sells all the normal stuff, with a small amount of seating inside. There is additional seating in the courtyard and in the old stables.

Jocelyn Twose

10 months ago

4

This small manor, gate house and moat are located in a relatively remote, beautiful and peaceful valley bottom. It is well worth taking an hour to visit the house or even better taking the time to walk through the orchards, forest and farmland. Each room is dedicated to a past occupant of the house, and are appropriately furnished. All the rooms of the house are open but the stairs are quite steep and floor boards uneven. However there are adequate grab handles if needed. The guides are friendly, knowledgeable and enthusiastic. A lovely low key visit.

Tiffany Joslin

5 months ago

5

Lovely little farm house to walk around with different times lines in each room. Done the green walk around the woodland but it took us less then 2 hours. It is a lovely unique little place different to most national trust I have been too quite quirky. Will be visiting again.

Dominic Matthews

a month ago

4

Really interesting to see Christmas through the ages - the staff did a wonderful job with that, and the real fire in the last room (the coziest by far!) was a really nice touch :) We'll look forward to coming back in a few years, when the newly restored orchards are a bit more established. Only drops a Google star because of the slightly disappointing cafe..

Matt Beavon

4 months ago

5

Fantastic day out for all the family. The kids and the wife enjoyed the fruit picking and I'm sure I will enjoy eating our apple crumbles πŸ˜‚ Staff are Brill all around the site, but one in particular was really friendly (can't remember her name, but I know she's moving away in a few months time) She's a credit to the company tho! The house was great but the only downfall was the radiators in all the rooms looked really modern, as did the wifi router πŸ‘€πŸ˜‚πŸ€£ Anyway, hope who ever reads this goes here and has a great day out.

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