Castle Ashby

Castle Ashby


Beautiful woodland walks, gardens and house. It also benefits from little farm and animals yard where children can pet and feed animals and has a great cafe and little treat shop. Also nearby is a little shopping yard which also boosts a lovely cafe and some shops that ideal for little gifts and special presents

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Recommended by Chloe with children ages 11 and 7 - Sat Mar 19 2016

Activity Type

  • Parks, walks and outdoor fun
  • Restaurants and food
  • Outdoor activities


Castle Ashby Northampton Castle Ashby South Northamptonshire District Northamptonshire England United Kingdom NN7
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  • Good food for parents
  • Double pram friendly
  • Suitable for twins/multiples
  • Pram/Wheelchair accessible
  • Has a childrens menu
  • Baby changing available

Opening Hours

  • Sunday Closed
  • Monday Closed
  • Tuesday Closed
  • Wednesday Closed
  • Thursday Closed
  • Friday Closed
  • Saturday Closed


There are 2 reviews for "Castle Ashby"

Recommended by Becky Pink on Tue Nov 21 2017

With a mini zoo/farm with meerkats and a fantastic wooden playground and lovely coffee shop this is the perfect place to spend a few hours or a day. The gardens are stunning whatever season and it’s so reasonably priced. We have been loads and just did the best pumpkin trail over half term. Love it!

Recommended by Clare on Thu May 04 2017

Castle Ashby gardens are brilliant for kids. The formal gardens are great for picnics and for running around. The wild gardens are brilliant for tree-climbing, bug spotting and generally enjoying open space. There is a small animal area with meerkats (you can also feed them at set times for an extra fee), pigs, goats, large rabbits etc. There are various greenhouses and indoor areas with ponds and lots of interesting plants etc to keep everyone entertained. The tea rooms do a good selection of food and drink, plus ice creams and cakes. If you take a picnic you have to have it in the gardens and pay the entrance fee, but the tea rooms are free to visit and also have a good play area that suits all ages. Lots of parking, toilets onsite at the tea rooms, but bear in mind that if you're in the gardens you can easily be a 10+ minute walk from the toilets.

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