Stourhead House and Gardens. Open daily. Prices vary.

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There is parking at the house, with disability spaces. There are also accessible toilets, as well as an option to book some time using a volunteer-driven buggy. The grounds are wheelchair accessible. Guide dogs are welcome. See

April 2021: "Disabled parking available in main car park

Disabled toilet at visitor reception

The one-way circular route in the garden includes sections of stony and steep descents in to the garden. This will be unsuitable for anyone with restricted mobility and non 'all-terrain' wheelchairs

Wheelchair accessible gravel paths with marked routes, steep in places

A limited number of mountain trike wheelchairs are available to hire without charge. Please book in advance by emailing

No shuttle bus or golf buggy transport available.

A stairclimber is available to enable wheelchair uses to access the house. This must be booked in advance. Please call 01747 841152 to arrange a visit.

Full access statement is below, but please note that some parts of this property may be closed on your visit"

Brief Description:

Stourhead is a 1,072-hectare estate at the source of the River Stour near Mere, Wiltshire, England. The estate includes a Palladian mansion, the village of Stourton, gardens, farmland, and woodland.


Stourhead House, Stourton, Wiltshire, BA12 6QF.



01747 841152.


Opening hours:

Open daily. See

Prices vary. For info please go to-


Stourhead House is approx. 10 miles South of Warminster, via the B3039 and A36.

OS ST 780340.


There is a regular bus service around Wiltshire.

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There is a shop and farm shop at the house. There is also a restaurant, and some Public Houses nearby – both serve food daily.


Travel Information

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Or call Traveline on 0871 200 22 33
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