Eastnor Castle is a magnificent Georgian Castle dramatically
situated in the foothills of the Malverns, near Ledbury, Herefordshire and is
surrounded by a beautiful deer park, lake and arboretum. The castle is still
the home of the Hervey-Bathurst family and its lavish interiors contain
medieval armour, fine art and a Gothic Drawing Room designed by A.W.Pugin.
In the grounds there is plenty to do for all ages including an
adventure playground, junior obstacle course, knight’s maze, treetop walkway, woodland play area, lakeside and woodland walks. The arboretum contains the finest collection of Cedars in Britain and has tree trails and rope swings.
There is a Kitchen cafe serving light lunches, tea, coffee and cakes, an
ice-cream parlour and a large picnic area with tables on the Valley Lawn.
Eastnor Castle is proud to be a dog-friendly venue where dogs are welcome both inside the castle and around the grounds. There is a 'dogs off leads' area and a dog wash on the way out.
Events are held at Eastnor Castle throughout the year; details of these can be found on the website.
For an extended visit, why not try one of the 4 holiday cottages dotted around the Eastnor Estate?
- Accepts groups
- Corporate hospitality
- Children welcome
- Coach parties
- Dogs welcome
- Locally Sourced (Herefordshire or neighbouring counties)
- Vegan menu
- Vegetarian menu
- Free Wi-Fi
- Public toilets
- Outdoor Seating
- Baby changing
- On-site cafe/restaurant
- Picnic's welcome
- High chairs available
- Free parking
- Disabled access
- Rural location
- Historical Interest
Directions & Parking