Opening Times

Tuesdays 1pm - 5pm
Bank Holiday Mondays 1pm - 5pm

The Hall itself can only be visited during one of the guided tours which takes place from 2-4pm

Please note that due to renovation work to the main rooms in the Hall we will be unable to show visitors around the Hall from the 9th October onwards (until we reopen to the public in April). We will offer a 50% discount on tickets during this period. We do apologies for any inconvenience.

Adults/OAPs £7.50
Children (10-16) £2.50
Children under 10 go for free

By appointment only (contact us)

For directions on how to get to Dorfold Hall Click Here

Location and Directions


Parking is on the main drive towards the house itself. Please do not park in the cobbled courtyard area, as this will prevent photography enthusiasts from taking photos of the house.


A height restriction (10 feet) applies for the ornate main gate. An alternative entrance does exist, so please do not attempt to enter with HGVs or Coaches. Either ring the “office" on the intercom at the entrance or call on 01270 625245 for instructions and details as to how to enter the grounds, which would advise for you to do prior to your visit to save time.

Disabled Access

Unfortunately, as a historic property Dorfold was not designed with wheelchair users in mind. The Hall has many stairs and the garden only a few narrow paths. We do however have a disabled toilet outside the Hall by the Clocktower and a ramp which will enable access to the South Lawns.

Please do call ahead to discuss your specific requirements and whether we can safely accommodate your needs.


Whilst we welcome dogs in the garden and grounds on a lead, they can however not be taken into the Hall itself.

We kindly ask you you leave the gardens as beautiful as you find them for the enjoyment of all. Dog bags are available on request..