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£20.00 - £30.00
£5.00 - £7.00
£7.00 - £11.00
Fairytale Georgian castle, dramatically situated in the foothills of the Malverns. Set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and surrounded by a deer park, a mature arboretum and lake. Beautifully restored interiors contain medieval armour, tapestries and Italian furniture and fine art.
Eastnor Castle is still the family home of the descendants of the builder, Lord Somers, and feels lived in and warm. Visitors are able to view some of the bedrooms and bathrooms as well as the impressive state rooms and Great Hall, which is nearly 60 foot high. There are walks through the grounds and around the lake amongst redwoods and cedars. The 19th century ice house has been restored and is also open to visitors.
Eastnor also offers a tea room, shop, an adventure playground with Burma Bridge treetop walkway and turret slide, Knights Maze, children’s fun sheets, junior assault course, woodland play area and a wide variety of visitor events to suit all ages and tastes.
Dogs are welcome in the house and grounds.
The castle can also be hired for weddings, business and private events on an exclusive hire basis.
We are open on the following days in 2017 from Easter until the last Sunday in September:
Easter Opening: Fri 14th to Thu 20th April
May Day Bank Holiday: Sun 30th April to Mon 1st May
Spring Bank Holiday: Sun 28th to Mon 29th May
May Half Term: Tue 30th May to Thu 1st June
4th June to 16th July: Every Sunday
23rd July to 31st August: Sunday to Thursday
September: Every Sunday
11.00am - 5.30pm (last admission to the Castle 4.00pm)
We are closed from the last Sunday in September until Easter.
Directions from London: Take M4 West, exit at junction 15 (Swindon). Follow A419/A417 to Cirencester and Gloucester (Dual Carriageway). Before Gloucester exit A417 onto M5 North (towards Birmingham) at junction 11A and continue as if from North or South.
Directions from North or South: Exit M5 at junction 8 onto M50. Exit M50 at junction 2 Follow A417 to Ledbury. Follow the Brown Tourist signs (Eastnor Castle) via bypass and through Ledbury Town Centre onto A449 (signed Worcester and Malvern). After 1 mile turn right again onto A438 (signed Tewkesbury and Eastnor). Entrance to Castle is after 1 mile on right hand side.
By Public Transport
Nearest Train Stations:
Ledbury - 2 miles (Direct train from/to London Paddington - duration 2.45hrs)
Great Malvern - 8 miles (Direct train from/to London Paddington - duration 2.30hrs)
Gloucester - 19 miles (Direct train from/to London Paddington - duration 1.50hrs)
Taxis are available and pre-booking is advisable.
Eastnor Castle facilities include:
- In countryside
- Indoor event/attraction
- Of historic, literary or architectural interest
- Outdoor event/attraction
- Smoking not permitted
- Guided tours available for groups
- Educational Visits Accepted
- Suitable for families
- Suitable for young children
- Delta accepted
- Group discounts available (min group size)
- Maestro accepted
- MasterCard accepted
- Visa accepted
- Picnic site
- On site parking
- Parking (free)
- Approx length of visit
- Groups accepted
- Max group size
- Min group size
- Open outside normal opening times by appointment
- Pets accepted (other than service dogs)
- Special group rates
Eastnor Castle accessibility includes:
- Audible alarm system
- Designated parking within about 50 metres of main entrance
- Drop-off point for guests immediately outside main entrance
- Handrail by steps
- Level access, ramp or lift to a public toilet
- Level access, ramp or lift to a public toilet suitable for wheelchair users
- Level access, ramp or lift to cafeteria
- Level access, ramp or lift to gift shop
- Level access, ramp or lift to information point
- Level access, ramp or lift to ticket issuing point
Contact - Eastnor Castle
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This church is one of 340 cared for by The Churches Conservation Trust - the national charity protecting historic churches at risk. For more details about all our churches, see visitchurches.org.uk.