Discover the house and collections and make the most of your visit
Explore a home full of Pre-Raphaelite art and William Morris interiors, lovingly collected by Sir Georffery and Rosalie, Lady Mander.
Relax in the Gardens
Pick up a trail from the visitors reception and explore the beautiful gardens designed by celebrated landscape architect, Thomas Mawson.
Take a Tour of the Manor
Open all year round!
Eating and Shopping
Visit our tea-room and pop into the gift shop. You'll find freshly cooked food in our tea-room and you can order fabric and wallpaper from our William Morris inspired shop.
Weddings, filming and meetings all take place here.
House closed Tuesdays, January to March. Reduced number of rooms open in January, February and March. Entry to house before 12 by tour only, free-flow from 12. Last entry to house one hour before closing, last entry to Malthouse Gallery 30 minutes before closing.
Whole property -
Gift Aid - £12.50
Standard - £11.35
Gift Aid - £6.25
Standard - £5.60
Gift Aid - £31.25
Standard - £28.30
Group Adult (minimum group size 15)
Standard - £10.50
Group Child (minumum group size 15)
Standard - £5.25
Gallery and Garden only
Gift Aid - £8.50
Standard - £7.70
Gift Aid - £4.25
Standard - £3.85
Gift Aid - £21.25
Standard - £19.25
Group Adult (Minimum group size 15)
Standard - £6.50
Group Child (Minimum group size 15)
Standard - £3.25
Facilities and access
Tea-room, serving food grown in the kitchen garden
Gift shop with large number of William Morris and Arts & Craft inspired items
Free parking, 120 yards
Dogs on leads allowed in the garden
Groups welcome - must contact us before you visit
Baby-changing facilities in mens and ladies toilets
Hip-carrying infant seats for loan
Children's activity days in School holidays
Family friendly main toilets
High chairs in tea-room
Indoor and outdoor family trails
Separate mobility parking
Adapted toilet next to tea-room
Partly accessible grounds, slopes, some steps, grass paths. Map of accessible route. Some visitors may require assistance from their companion
Level entrance to building. Ground floor has steps
Fully accessible tea-room
Sloping path from reception to garden, manor, shop and tea-room
Fully accessible shop
Kitchen wing and first floor of manor only accessible by steps
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