There are public footpaths across the estate and permissive paths connect these to make a circular route of the park.

You are welcome to enjoy these walks but please help us to protect the historic parkland and wildlife by:

Keeping to the way marked paths

  • No camping
  • No fires
  • No fishing
  • No cycling
  • No riding

Please pick up any litter and take it home with you.

Please keep dogs under close control at all times and on a short lead while around livestock. Please note dogs are not permitted in the formal gardens.

The land and woods are private and this is a working estate so be aware of grazing stock and farm machinery.


The estate extends to about 900 acres. It is a mixture of farmland, forestry, houses and cottages, small business units and craft workshops.

Tree planting

The historic parkland is maintained by a regime of tree planting which will ensure the longevity of the landscape.

Wildlife and Conservation

The wildlife is encouraged to thrive in the park and woodlands with bird, owl and bat boxes. Areas are managed to provide habitats that are safe and undisturbed.