Arbury Hall & Gardens Warwick
Near Nuneaton
Warwickshire CV10 7PT
 
 
 

In the 18th century Sir Roger Newdigate remodelled the Elizabethan house into a country mansion in the Gothic style.

George Elliot
Arbury Hall is well known as the birthplace of 19th century author George Eliot (Mary Anne Evans). Her father was manager of the Arbury Hall Estate and she was born at South Farm. She spent her childhood at Griff, some two miles (3 km) away. Arbury Hall features in several of her novels, especially in ‘Scenes of Clerical Life’ in which she portrays Arbury as ‘Cheveral Manor’.
 
The Hall 
The Hall has fine collections of antique furniture, pictures, glass and china. 
There is limited public access to many of the rooms.
 
The Gardens 
The park with its landscaped gardens, formal plantings, wide expanses of lawn, lakes, winding woodland walks and wildflowers is especially beautiful in Spring and Summer.
 
Plan Your Visit  
Accommodation- Search & Book through Expedia here: 
 
Opening Times
The Hall and Gardens have limited opening days during the summer months. 
They are open to the public on the Bank Holiday Sundays and Mondays from April to August.
Hall (Guided tours) opens 13:00 hours with the last tour at 16:30.
Gardens and Stable Tearooms open 13:00 hours and Gardens close 18:00hours.
Please refer to the Arbury Estate website link below
 
Admission Costs
There are differing admission prices for a House & Gardens package and a Gardens only package. Please refer to the Arbury Estate website link below for details.
 
Disabled Access
Gardens - Said to be wheelchair friendly. Guide dogs are allowed.
Hall       - Partial
Car Parking is available
 
Gift & Tea shop 
Yes
 
Contact & Further Information
Telephone  +44 (0)2476 382 804
 
Getting There
- By Car
Exit the M6 at junction 6 and take the A444 North towards Nuneaton and after passing through Bedworth and Griff, look out for the Arbury Park signs on the left. Detailed instructions are at Web: Arbury Hall/ Getting There.
 
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