Chatelherault Country Park

Chatelherault was built in 1732 as the hunting lodge and summer house for the wealthy Duke of Hamilton.  Designed by the famous Scottish Architect William Adam, Chatelherault now serves as the magnificent gateway to the Country Park.

 

Outside, visitors can ramble through 10 miles of stunning gorge walks along the River Avon and through ancient woodland, some of which is the oldest in the country.  The area is home to a wide range of wildlife including roe deer, badgers, otters, kingfishers and many more.

 

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