Wentworth Woodhouse is a Grade 1 listed country house in the village of Wentworth, South Yorkshire. With an East Front of 185 meters (606 ft.), this impressive mansion is reputed to have the longest country house facade in England.
The history of Wentworth Woodhouse, as well as the village of Wentworth, is inextricably linked with the history of the great aristocratic families – the Wentworths, Watsons and Fitzwilliams – who presided over it for generations. Wentworth Woodhouse is now open to the public with guided tours, 82-acre garden and a host of events running throughout the year.
Facilities and access
• Free parking and parking for coaches.
• Guide dogs allowed in the house and formal garden.
• Cosy tearoom serving a selection of hot and cold food and cakes.
• Access ramp onto the ground floor of the house only.
• Accessible toilet with level access.
• Baby changing facilities
Our tea room offers hot and cold drinks and a selection of cakes. The cafe is under development and a range of hot and cold meals will be available in the future.
We have a tempting array of gifts and souvenirs in our shop, with locally sourced goodies and seasonal products, perfect if you are looking to take a little bit of Wentworth Woodhouse home with you.
The house and garden is open to pre-booked tours and events. We are at this time unable to welcome visitors outside of pre booked tours and events.
National Trust Members
We are pleased to be able to offer a 50% discount for National Trust Members (England and Wales).