Houses & Castles

Belvoir Castle

Belvoir Castle is one of the UK’s finest Regency castles. The ancestral home of the Duke of Rutland with an unbroken line for almost a thousand years. Enjoy exploring this fine Regency castle and relaxing with delicious afternoon tea.

  • Cafe / Tea RoomCafe / Tea Room
  • RestaurantRestaurant
  • Guided ToursGuided Tours
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  • AccessibleAccessible
  • ToiletsToilets
  • Baby FacilitiesBaby Facilities
  • Gift ShopGift Shop
  • Dogs WelcomeDogs Welcome
  • Groups WelcomeGroups Welcome
  • Coach ParkingCoach Parking
  • Meeting FacilitiesMeeting Facilities
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Belvoir Gardens & Lakes

Belvoir Gardens & Lakes

Explore beautifully established Formal Gardens at Belvoir Castle. Wander around the relaxing and tranquil Japanese Woodland and Hermit’s Garden and enjoy excellent colour displays and beautiful scents in the Duchess Garden and Rose Garden.

Belvoir Walks & Trails

Discover many walks and trails around Belvoir Castle including the ‘Spiral Walk’, ‘Duke’s Walk’ as well as several other routes leading visitors through the gardens. Find something suited to all abilities and preferences.

Spectacular Regency castle, host to a range of country pursuits

Situated upon a hill, Belvoir Castle rises over the vale of Belvoir granting spectacular views and reflecting the name ‘Belvoir’ meaning ‘beautiful view’ in French. Enjoy views across Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire and Lincolnshire.

On clear days spot Lincoln Cathedral 30 miles away. Belvoir Castle has had an eventful past including war, fire and family disagreements but remains a spectacular attraction. Explore this stunning castle, surrounding gardens and parkland, perhaps familiar from featuring in The Da Vinci Code and Young Victoria.

Luxury Shopping Experience

The Engine Yard is one of the newest attractions at Belvoir Castle, offering an excellent luxury shopping experience. Shop local goods, food, drink, horticulture, gifts and more. It is also a popular venue hosting regular events and live music perfomances.

Time for Tea

Visit the Engine Yard’s Fuel Tank, Ballon Bar or indulge in Belvoir Castle’s Afternoon Tea. Belvoir Castle is often thought of as the official home of the traditional Afternoon Tea, invented back in 1840.

opening times

Ticket Office
10:30 - 15:00
11:00 - 16:00

Last entry 15:00

entry & prices

For up to date details of admission prices please visit Belvoir Castle's official website.

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