Broughton Castle, which dates back from the fourteenth century, is nestled in beautiful landscaped gardens and parkland and has been in the seat of the Fiennes family for over 600 years.
It was selected by Simon Jenkins as one of only twenty to be awarded five stars in his book ‘England's Thousand Best Houses’ and is located near the centre of England with easy access off the M40.
The grounds include a moat and a formal walled garden plus herbaceous borders, where soft romantic plantings and masses of roses are the highlights. Visitors can see a medieval great hall, vaulted passageways, magnificent plaster ceilings, fine panelling and fireplaces. It has been the location for television and films including Shakespeare in Love, Madness of King George, Wolf Hall, Three Men and a Little Lady, Jane Eyre, Father Brown and many more.
We hope that you might consider a visit to Broughton Castle. It is open to the public twice a week on summer afternoons and we specialise in hosting events and private castle tours for groups on all other days throughout the year by appointment.
Opening times: 1st April through to 30th September on Wednesdays, Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays from 2-5pm (last entrance to Castle 4.30pm). Shop and tearoom also open 2-5pm. £10 adults, £9 concessions, £6 garden only and children.
Access for dogs
Only guide dogs allowed in the castle.
Dogs are allowed on leads in the gardens and tearoom.
Grounds are free to roam.
Your Dog members can receive £1 off entry on presentation of your Your Dog membership card.