GPS Cycle and Walking Routes

Dudmaston Hall Walks

3 miles (4.5 km)

This 17th-centurycountry house in the Severn Valley is surrounded by landscaped gardens, parkland, managed woodlands, lakes and farmland.
The extensive park is a great place for walkers and can be easily reached on our Bridgnorth Circular Walk. The River Severn runs past the hall so you can enjoy riverside trails along the Severn Way and Geopark Way long distance trails. Look out for the wonderful old steam trains running along the Severn Valley Railway as you go.

Postcode

WV15 6QN - Please note: Postcode may be approximate for some rural locations

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Dudmaston Hall OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking

Dudmaston Hall Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Map with Location tracking

Pubs/Cafes

The on site Orchard Tea-room sells a good range of meals and snacks. It also includes a lovely outdoor seating area in the orchard.

Dog Walking

The parkland and woodland trails make for an excellent dog walk so you'll probably see plenty of other dogs on your visit. In the park area they need to be on leads but in Comer Woods they can be off lead. Dogs are not allowed in the garden, tea-room and mansion areas though.

Further Information and Other Local Ideas

Just half a mile west of the hall you'll find the lovely Chelmarsh Reservoir. There's a circular waterside trail running alongside the lake here. On the walk you'll enjoy views of the River Severn and visit the little village of Chelmarsh.
For more walking ideas in the area see the Shropshire Walks page.

Cycle Routes and Walking Routes Nearby

Photos

Dudmaston Hall - geograph.org.uk - 46184

View across the lake to the boathouse and Dudmaston Hall.

Dudmaston Hall - geograph.org.uk - 465522

View of the hall, a National Trust property, designed by Francis Smith of Warwick for Sir Thomas Wolryche and built between 1695 and 1701.

Eternity Gates at Dudmaston Hall - geograph.org.uk - 465570

Eternity Gates at Dudmaston Hall. These gates were designed and built by Antony Robinson in 1983 to celebrate the ruby wedding anniversary of Sir George and Lady Labouchere. The stables behind were built by William Whitmore in 1789.

Car Park and Picnic Area, Dudmaston - geograph.org.uk - 1424267

Car Park and Picnic Area, Dudmaston. Through the gateway: picnics to the left (the restaurant is the building behind the trees); cars to the right.

Dudmaston Hall Gardens - geograph.org.uk - 465560

Daffodils in the garden during springtime.

Eternity Gates at Dudmaston Hall - geograph.org.uk - 465570

Eternity Gates at the hall. These gates were designed and built by Antony Robinson in 1983 to celebrate the ruby wedding anniversary of Sir George and Lady Labouchere. The stables behind were built by William Whitmore in 1789.

Video

GPS Files

GPX File

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Memory Map Route

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