All Grounds visits must be booked in advance, including National Trust members, Non-members and holders of our Local Resident Pass . We are currently limiting the number of visitors each day to allow for social distancing.
Following the Government’s most recent guidelines, we are re-opening the gardens for visitors to enjoy.
Whilst we cannot wait to welcome you, the safety of our staff, volunteers and visitors remains our priority. To adhere to essential social distancing guidelines we have put in place appropriate measures across the site to ensure we operate responsibly.
We know how much everyone has been missing a walk outdoors in beautiful surroundings and how important it is for health and well-being, but we politely ask that you follow the current government advice on interacting with people outside of your household.
Your visit to Ascott will be slightly different from usual; please read the following about how we are currently operating.
Gardens open until 5.00pm
The Tea Room serves Coffee, Tea and Cake until 4.45pm.
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