Guided Tours

Bhaktivedanta Manor is a hive of activity and is open to new guests as well as regulars.

However we have the following provisions for guest tours of 7 people or less*, especially for those visiting for the first time:

From 11am – 4pm, every day

email: for inquiries about tours. 

*Scroll below for information about group bookings.

Bhaktivedanta Manor: An oasis of spiritual inspiration.

Its lakeside forest walk, colourful gardens, and graceful pastures provide an idyllic setting for a magnificent timbered mansion. See the Victorian interior of the Manor house and hear about the fascinating history of the Hare Krishna movement.

The estate offers retreat to a world of yoga, meditation, sacred music, pure vegetarian food, theatre, seminars, workshops, community schooling, and the dairy farm.

Magnificent Shrine of Krishna
See the hand-carved centrepiece of the temple and community.

George Harrison Garden and Woodland Walk
‘A Garden for George’ – Just one of many delightful spots amidst ten acres of lake walk, woods, and meditation gardens.

Organic Farming
An inspirational project developing a range of home grown vegetables on eight acres using a revived old English ploughing system. A unique feature of the farm is its reliance on ox power instead of tractors.

The country’s largest fully operational organic dairy farm and visitor centre reintroduces a radical approach to farming in the modern world.

Bakery and Gift Shop
Home-baked bread, cakes and savouries are all pure vegetarian and prepared with love and devotion. Various gifts are also available, including books, music, incense and clothing.

A warm welcome awaits you where you can experience a joyful ambiance imbued with constant meditation and prayer.


Provisions for visitors:

Disabled visitors are welcome at Bhaktivedanta Manor, where

We strive to provide a pleasant and enriching experience for everyone who visits Bhaktivedanta Manor.

Bays for disabled drivers are located in the car park at the gate closest to the main Manor building

A ramp for wheelchair users can be found to the side of the main building. This is near to the toilets, which includes a disabled facility.

Assistance dogs accompanying disabled visitors will be looked after in a quiet place by one of our volunteers, with a drinking bowl of water if required, while visitors will be provided a personal chaperon/guide to enjoy their visit inside the Manor building.

Within the complex generally, volunteers are on hand if any assistance is required.

If you think you or your group will require special assistance, especially if you are coming with an assistance dog, please inform us at least 48 hours in advance by emailing



Group Bookings

We can take groups up to a maximum of 15 people and booking in advance is mandatory. Schedule includes:

11am – 11.30am: Arrive at Bhaktivedanta Manor

11.30am: Tour

1.30pm: Lunch/ snacks/ visit bakery (as applicable)**

2.15pm: End 

i) Group can visit our shop/ bakery 

**For lunchtime there are also the following options (Available between May and October)

ii) Tour guides can organise a vegetarian lunch, costing £7 per person

iii) Tour guides can organise some vegetarian snacks and tea, costing £4 per person

Please book via: 



Published onSunday, August 5th, 2018

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