Home of Lord and Lady Daventry, Arbury Hall is known as the Gothic Gem of the Midlands and stands in the midst of rolling lawns, surrounded by many acres of beautiful parkland, this has been the home of the Newdegate family since the 16th Century. George Eliot, born on the estate in 1819, featured Arbury in several of her novels, especially 'Scenes of Clerical Life' where in 'Mr Gilfil's Love Story' she portrays Arbury as Cheverel Manor and gives detailed descriptions of many of the rooms in the house including The Saloon and The Dining Room.
Guided tours of the Hall from 1pm with last tour at 4.30pm. Private Opening Days
Private group visits of the Hall and Gardens (Groups of 25+) weekdays by arrangement from April to September.
(Guided tour only of the Hall). For prices and availability please contact the Events Secretary Caroline Darlington
Hall and Gardens - Adults £8.50, Children £4.50, Family Ticket (2 + 2) £20.00.
Gardens Only - Adults £5.50, Child £4.00.
Dogs allowed on leads in gardens only.
Gardens and Stable Tearooms open 1.00pm. and Gardens close 6.00pm.
Guided tours of the Hall from 2pm with last tour at 4.30pm.
Nearest major road is A444/M6. A444 follow Arbury signs
- Baby changing facilities
- Coach parties accepted
- Disabled toilets
- Facilities for groups
- On-site catering
- Facilities for corporate hospitality
- Children welcome
- Disabled access
- Dogs not accepted (except guidedogs)
- Smoking not allowed