All Ascott House and Garden visits must be booked separately in advance, including National Trust members, Non-members and holders of our Local Resident Pass .
The safety of our staff, volunteers and visitors remains our priority and in order to manage visitor flow safely we are continuing to operate timed entry tickets to Ascott House and Gardens.
You will receive a very warm welcome from all at Ascott and hope that you enjoy your visit. If you have any queries during your visit, please do not hesitate in asking one of our staff members who will be able to help you.
If you find yourself in need of refreshment take a visit to the Tea Room where you can choose from light lunch options (daily until 3pm, subject to availability), home-made cakes, and a range of hot and cold drinks.
Ascott House, a former hunting box which dates back to the 16th Century was donated to the National Trust in 1949 by Anthony de Rothschild, together with the Ascott Collection. Ascott remains the countryside residence of the de Rothschild family.Visitor Information
Gardens close at 5.00pm
Tea Room serves refreshments until 4.45pm