Welcome to Eastnor Castle
Eastnor Castle lies in Herefordshire at the foot of the Malvern Hills on the edge of the Cotswolds.
Surrounded by a beautiful deer park, arboretum, and lake, Eastnor Castle is the home of the Hervey-Bathurst family.
Besides being a fascinating and award-winning visitor attraction, Eastnor Castle fulfils other roles as an exclusive-use wedding venue, corporate team building venue and private party venue, as well as a venue for product launches and location filming.
* The Wedding Venue and the Roy family’s English Stately Home. Season 1 of HBO’s Succession *
COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Update
We want to assure all our visitors we are adhering to all guidelines issued by the British Government and Public Health England re COVID-19 (Coronavirus) risks.
Therefore, we are sad to announce that Eastnor Castle, grounds, arboretum and Deer Park Campsite will remain closed until further notice.
More details can be found here.
Please keep checking our website and social media channels for updates.
Plan Your Perfect Day
Once upon a time, nestled at the foot of the dramatic Malvern Hills, there stood your fairytale wedding venue.
Eastnor Castle is a warm and inviting setting for the most magical day of your life. The country parkland estate is an area of outstanding natural beauty, situated in 5,000 acres of rolling, wooded Herefordshire countryside.
Upcoming Events at Eastnor Castle
Sun 24th May - Mon 25th May
Eastnor Steam & Vintage
A nostalgic family fun day! Line up of steam engines, vintage cars, tea tent, giant garden games, model steam engine rides, vintage carousel, chair swing and more!
Tue 26th May - Thu 28th May
Let off some steam in the school holidays!
Sun 31st May
‘Have-a-go’ Archery sessions for adults and children.
Stay at Eastnor Castle
There are many ways to enjoy a stay at Eastnor
Land Rover Experience
Experience the true spirit of Adventure in it’s purest form!
Explore the Eastnor Estate Off-Road track with a range of dynamic, interactive experiences, from taster sessions and demonstrations to fully-immersive whole-day courses.
Take a tour around Eastnor
See the magnificent State rooms as you
are immersed in the fascinating world of
Eastnor and its family.
Visitors can explore the state rooms within Eastnor Castle where
guides are on hand in every room to pass on their expert knowledge
on the fascinating history of the castle.
Loved by many
Don’t just take our word for it
Warm and friendly - and welcomes dogs! Unlike many castles and stately piles, Eastnor feels lived-in and alive. The guides and other staff are friendly and welcoming. Unusually, Eastnor Castle welcomes well-behaved dogs (on leads of course) INSIDE the castle. On a soggy day like the one when we visited, that was... read moreBaggoid
lots to see and explore An elegant, impressive building built to look like a historical castle - with grand approach housing the well- maintained toilet blocks. We walked around the lovely decorated and furnished rooms that were also used to accommodate paying guests. We enjoyed the woodland and lake... read moreAnne W
Lovely place to visit We came on bank holiday may and had a lovely time. There was a lovely steam engine event on as it was bank holiday and made the visit all the more worth it.Would def recommend it as its suitable for all ages. The maze... read moreTalss
An enjoyable day out, a great castle to visit and fabulous ground to walk around. We were given a free pass to Eastnor Castle, just outside Ledbury, after staying in one of their holiday accommodations (The Lodge) and we had a very enjoyable day at Eastnor. A family ticket (2 adults + 3 kids) bought online is £31 or... read moreMartin R
Just a day out for my wife and I. Absolutely loved the while area. Very clean and well kept. We took our little dog and she also loved it, only trouble was to many damn kids. Why aren't they at school??. Definitely going again.Terry N
well worth a visit Eastnor castle is well worth a visit, the gardens are beautiful. Plenty of indoor things to do if the weather isn't great.petertrenitalia33339
The first day of our holiday Mandy and I took the two dogs for a day out. We explored the grounds first, a fabulous collection of trees, beautiful. We spent the afternoon having a guided tour. The tour guide was very informative and polite. It's great that such a fabulous home... read more680nealeh
Amazingly Dog Friendly Fantastic castle and grounds and the most dog friendly attraction we have ever visited. Even the restaurant and castle allowed dogs inside.Shaggyrat
The view from the lake... Visited for the first time yesterday and thought it was a great day out. They had entertainment and a steam engine display going on as it was a bank holiday so it was very busy. Inside the castle is gorgeous and it felt like you... read moreAmelia B