Arbury Hall has been the seat of the Newdigate family for over 400 years now and is the ancestral home of Viscount and Viscountess Daventry. The beautiful Elizabethan house was built on the site of a 12th century Augustinian Priory. It was transformed in the 18th century to become the finest example of Gothic Revival architecture in the country.
Arbury Gardens cover approximately 20 acres. Some of this, especially in the vicinity of the Hall, is easily accessible in a wheelchair, but some of the gardens are only passable on foot and there are steep uneven slopes. Ground conditions can also determine access - grass may become soft in wet weather. The ground floor of the Hall is accessible to wheelchair users by the use of ramps. The Gallery on the first floor is not accessible to wheelchair users.
Dogs allowed on leads in gardens only.
Bank holidays between April - August
Hall and Gardens: Adults £8.00 Children £4.50 Family Ticket £20.00; Gardens Only: Adults £5.50 Children £4.00
From M6 - at Junction 3 take sliproad left towards Coventry, at roundabout take 1st exit, pass through 3 roundabouts remaining on A444, at roundabout take 1st exit, turn left and keep left.
- Conference facilities
- Family friendly