Nostell is a large house and estate home to many rare artefacts. The Georgian architecture is excellently conserved and visitors can enjoy the full sights of the grounds and exquisite gardens. There are over 300 acres of parkland to investigate that encompasses meadows, lakes and woodland. You can also explore the kitchen garden that supplies the café within Nostell. Inside there are impressive interiors and objects including a globally-renound rare 18th century doll’s house, one of the first long case clocks made by John Harrison and a broad collection of impressive furniture and paintings.
As well as the historic sights, Nostell also has an adventure play area and cycle tracks. Additionally, you can dine out in the Courtyard Café that produces a range of seasonal meals and treats. On weekends and holidays, Bite to Eat opens to provide snacks and drinks. There is also a small shop that sells plants and gifts, as well as a second-hand book shop.
Assistance dogs are welcome on the estate.
Mobility scooter rental is available upon booking. Wheelchairs are also free to hire. There is level access to the café and shop as well as through much of the estate. Please be aware some of the areas have steps and uneven terrain. Accessible routes and maps are available. There is also a lift and ramped access points.
An induction loop is available.
Large print guides and menus are available.
Designated disabled parking and transfers are available.
Also, there are accessible toilets, changing places and baby changing facilities on the estate.
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