Visitor Information

Elton Hall is open on the following days during the summer

Opening Times
Getting Here
Places to Eat

Opening Times

Open days are subject to change. Please check the website or call before visiting

Last May Bank Holiday, Sunday and Monday, May 27th & 28th
(Room attendants)

June and July
Wednesdays & Thursdays
(Guided tours at regular intervals)

Wednesdays, Thursdays & Sundays
(Guided tours at regular intervals)
Bank Holiday, Sunday & Monday, August 26th & 27th
(Room attendants)

Group bookings for the House & Garden, or Garden only, are on other days
by appointment from May 1st – September 7th

Open Day Admissions

Note: Payment is by cash or cheque only




Children under 16 accompanied by an adult free.

Group Admissions (min. 20 persons)

On weekdays by appointment from May 1st to 7th September


£12 per head (£9 per head garden only)


There are additional costs per person for evening / weekend visits by arrangement only

Group Booking Enquiry Form:

Fields marked with an * are required

Elton Hall,
Nr. Peterborough,
Cambridgeshire PE8 6SH
01832 280468

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Getting Here

Elton Hall is situated 3 miles west of the A1 on the A605. The nearest station is Peterborough which is 20 minutes away and there are regular buses from the station to Elton village.

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Where do I park?
Parking is at The Walled Garden and Tearooms. There is ample room with provision for disabled parking. The entrance to the Hall and Garden is along a pleasant tree-lined walk of approximately 150 metres.

Lavatories & Disabled Lavatories
There are facilities at both the Walled Garden and the Hall.

Can I bring my dog?
Dogs are not allowed in the Hall and Garden. Assistance dogs are allowed in the Garden.

The Garden is accessible for wheelchairs via gravel paths. The Hall is not suitable for wheelchairs. There are several flights of steps, which may be a problem for visitors with walking difficulties, and very limited visitor seating within the Hall.

For further information about access arrangements, please telephone the Events Office: 01832 280 468 or email

How long is the tour of the Hall and Gardens?
Guided tours last approximately one hour. The route around the Garden is at your leisure and on average takes approximately forty-five minutes.

Can I bring a picnic?
Picnics are not permitted. The Garden Centre and Tearooms provide delicious lunches, teas and light refreshments. It is also possible to book lunch at either the Loch Fyne restaurant or The Black Horse
(see Places to Eat). The Billiard Room is available for groups by arrangement for lunch and tea, menus and costs can be provided.

Can I take photos?
Photography is not permitted in the Hall. You are welcome to take photographs of the Garden for private use. If you wish to use photographs of the Hall or Garden for commercial purposes, please call 01832 280 468 or email

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Places to Eat

The Walled Garden at Elton Hall

Parking is at the Walled Garden. The tearooms, which are independent from Elton Hall and  run by The Walled Garden Company,  provide lunch and tea throughout the year. Groups can book in advance.

Please click here to visit their website.

Loch Fyne

This renowned restaurant is in the converted Model Dairy Farm opposite the entrance to the Hall and provides delicious food within easy walking distance. Groups need to book in advance.

Please click here to visit their website.

The Black Horse

This is a traditional English pub owned by the Estate and a short walk from the Hall. It provides lunches and dinners throughout the year and groups can book in advance.

Please click here to visit their website.

The Billiard Room at Elton Hall

The Billiard Room is available to hire by groups wishing to have a private lunch or tea at the Hall and is organised by Elton Hall.

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