A walk through woodland and parkland. In late spring, the English bluebell can be found in abundance in a little wood called Strunch Hill, an ancient woodland at least 500 years old.
A short stroll that will take you through a meadow towards a small lake. Look out for water birds such as Mallard and Shoveller.
A longer walk following public footpaths. Enjoy lovely views of the Hall as you walk through parkland. Look out for ponds formed from where the clay to make the bricks for the Hall was dug and glimpses into a little ancient wood called Strunch Hill.
This walk is as long as you want to make it! Enjoy lovely views of the Hall and parkland as you walk towards the Doddington Pyramid 1km from the Hall. Look out for our Lincoln Red cattle and the wetland area about halfway down the avenue on the right where you might see Snipe if you’re lucky!
The routes of local public footpaths are indicated on the map. Please consult OS landranger map 121 so you can see possibilities for longer walks. The Sustrans cycle path to Lincoln and over the Trent is accessible via the Georgie Twigg Track to the North East of the Hall.
All we ask is that you follow the Countryside Code whilst on our walks.
The parkland can sometimes get very muddy so make sure to wear suitable footwear.
Toilets are open in the Farm Shop courtyard