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Great Chalfield Manor and Garden
Charming 15th-century manor house with Arts and Crafts garden
This beautiful medieval manor sits in peaceful countryside.Cross the upper moat, passing barns, gatehouse and delightful parish church to enjoy fine oriel windows and the soldiers, griffons and monkey adorning the rooftops.
Romantic gardens offer terraces, topiary houses, gazebo, lily pond, roses and views across the spring-fed fishpond.
You are welcome to visit the Parish Church when you visit (not National Trust), donations are welcome.
Great Chalfield Manor House is home to the donor family tenants, who manage the house on behalf of the Trust. Find out more about life at the manor in their dog blog.
Free parking, 100 yards, on grass verge outside manor gates
Buy plants grown on site from the gardens and orchards
Suitable for school groups
Male, female and disabled toilets located in The Old Woodshed, 40 yards from main house
Family & children
Hip-carrying infant seats for loan
Designated mobility parking in main car park
Mobility toilets located in The Old Woodshed, 40 yards from main house
Grounds - partly accessible. Ramped access to parts of the garden from forecourt
Building - four steps to entrance. One wheelchair to borrow. Ground floor has steps to dining room and hall. Stairs to other floors. Seats available in garden adjoining manor
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