- Formal Gardens
- Accessible parking
- Accessible toilets
- Information centre
- Cafe or shop
- Dog friendly
The Arlington estate dates from the late fifteenth century when the Chichester family established their first mansion on this site. Now home to an impressive Regency house, carriage museum, formal gardens and pleasure grounds, it welcomes around 90,000 visitors a year. Arlington is open every day 16 March-3 November, from 10:30am-5pm.
Tramper hire is included in entry fee. Free for National Trust members or £9.70 for non-members. The Tramper is available from 11am to 4.30pm 16 March – 3 November. For winter opening, please contact us.
Lake walk / red route- 2 miles circular route. A pleasant route through the woodland and across the parkland with highlights including an avenue of monkey puzzle trees, a lake, bird hide, and two family friendly play areas..
Visitor route – approx. 1 mile. Enjoy a visit to Arlington – visit the house and carriage museum (where you can borrow a wheel chair for inside) and explore the walled fruit and vegetable garden and formal Victorian garden.
- Tramper users must be accompanied by a non-disabled person for safety reasons at this site.
- Due to the more challenging terrain, we recommend that you have prior experience of using the Tramper
- Path surfaces – stones, grass, muddy patches, uneven in places
- Path gradients – flat and hilly stretches, one steep ascent
- Some paths have narrow sections and tight turning areas
- A couple of gates along the trails
By Road - 8 miles north-east of Barnstaple along the A39 on right. From M5 take junction 27 along A361 to South Molton and turn onto A399 to Blackmore Gate. Turn left onto A39 for 3 miles and follow signs for Arlington on left. Plan your visit by car or public transport using the map below:
Contact Arlington Court
Arlington, Barnstaple, Devon, EX31 4LP