Directions & Opening Times

House & Gardens Opening Times

The House

It is with enormous regret that in the light of the recent government announcements relating to Covid-19 and social distancing, we have decided to close all visitor facilities (including the House, Gardens, Orangery Restaurant, Garden Cafe and visitor toilets). Unfortunately we don’t yet know how long this closure will remain in place.

The Park will remain open for visitors with free parking. We do however ask all visitors to observe Government guidelines regarding social distancing and unnecessary travel. 

The Gardens of Surprises and Sculpture Gardens

The Garden of Surprises and the Sculpture Gardens are now closed until further notice. 

The House is shown by freeflow self guided tour, with an optional daily guided tour at 3pm, subject to availability.

 

The Parkland

Opening Hours

The Parkland is open daily from 8am to 6pm or dusk if earlier.

Parking and admission to the Parkland is free of charge, and dogs are allowed when kept on a lead.

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The Orangery Restaurant, Courtyard Shop, Garden Cafe & Garden Shop

The Orangery Restaurant

It is with enormous regret that in the light of the recent government announcements relating to Covid-19, we have decided to close all visitor facilities.

The Courtyard Shop

It is with enormous regret that in the light of the recent government announcements relating to Covid-19, we have decided to close all visitor facilities.

The Garden Cafe and Garden Shop

Opening Hours

It is with enormous regret that in the light of the recent government announcements relating to Covid-19, we have decided to close all visitor facilities.

Directions

Burghley is 1 mile from Stamford and 20 minutes north of Peterborough on the A1.

From the South:
Take the Carpenters Lodge exit on the A1 signposted to Burghley House, turn left on to the B1081 towards Stamford.


Follow the road alongside the park wall and the impressive Bottle Lodges entrance gates down towards Stamford.


Turn right just past the Bull & Swan Pub and continue for 1 mile along the Barnack Road (B1443). You will see the Visitors Entrance on the right.


From the North:
Follow the A1 south past Doncaster and Grantham.


Approximately 30 minutes south of Grantham you will reach the Stamford junction labelled Carpenters Lodge and signposted to Burghley House.


Turn left towards Stamford.


Follow the road past the estate wall and the impressive Bottle Lodges entrance gates.


Just past the A43 on the left, turn right past the Bull & Swan Pub and continue for 1 mile along the Barnack Road (B1443). You will see the Visitors Entrance on the right.


Public Transport

Burghley’s nearest station is Stamford, approximately 1 mile from the entrance. This is either a pleasant 30 minute walk taking you through the park or a short taxi ride. Stamford is a cross country link from the mainline from London to Edinburgh via Peterborough. For more information please visit www.nationalrail.co.uk. There is also an hourly bus service run by Delaine which serves the outlying villages and links Peterborough to Stamford, for more information please visit www.delainebuses.com.

There are many different taxi companies available in Stamford, we suggest booking taxis in advance for journeys especially for collection from Burghley in the evening. A few of the companies contact details are listed below, but no company is associated or recommended by Burghley House.

Premier Cabs of Stamford 01780 757575

1st Choice Taxis 01780 752748

Silver Cabs of Stamford 01780 482800

Carlton Cabs 01780 755755

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