Hughenden Manor (part of The National Trust)


Discover the country hideaway and colourful private life of Benjamin Disraeli, the most unlikely Victorian Prime Minister. Follow in his footsteps: stroll through his German forest, relax in his elegant garden, and imagine dining with Queen Victoria in the atmospheric manor. There is a varied events programme, woodland trails,  children's hands-on activities and I-Spy sheets. Dogs: welcome under close control in park and woodland.

Telephone: 01494 755565



User reviews

1 review
Overall rating
Overall rating
Easy woodland walks for the family
(Updated: May 10, 2013)
Overall rating
Lovely walks behind the manor; starts in the woods and leads into open fields. My youngest at 3 yrs managed the few mile circuit, and motivated by a hot chocolate in the cafe there at the end of the walk. Disused bat cave, rabbit holes and interesting things for the kids to see. In the Summer they love the events often held in the walled garden, or the gardens in front of the main house. A great day out with the family.

Caroline (Smashing Tennis Parties)
For reviews see:
Top 50 Reviewer 4 reviews