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Brockhampton Estate


This 688 hectare (1700 acre) estate was bequeathed to the National Trust in 1946 and still maintains traditional farms and extensive areas of woodland, including ancient oak and beech.

Lower Brockhampton

At the heart of the Brockhampton estate lies Lower Brockhampton - a medieval moated manor house with a beautiful timber framed gatehouse. Visitors can see the Great Hall, open to the rafters which were constructed from wood from the estate.

The Norman Chapel

Discover the ruined Norman Chapel near to Lower Brockhampton.

Relaxing Walks

There are miles of walks across the Brockhampton estate through park and woodland and includes sculptures with a local theme.

Many varieties of wildlife

The estate is home to a rich variety of wildlife including the dormouse, buzzard and raven.

Local produce

Sample the local specialities in the tearoom and visit the imaginatively stocked shop selling mostly local produce and crafts.

The ground floor of Lower Brockhampton and tearoom are accessible. Please telephone 01885 288099 for details of facilities for visitors with disabilities.General Information:

  • Tea room
  • Toilets

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2 miles east of Bromyard on the A44; house reached by a narrow road through 1 1/2 miles of woods and parkland.

Brockhampton Estate Postcode for SatNav: WR6 5TB


+44 (0)1885 482 077

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