The 3,500 acre estate has attractive gardens, walks and Shetland ponies grazing in the parkland. The stables house the National Trust's collection of horse-drawn carriages, some of which are available for rides from the house. The ground floor of the house and the garden are accessible to the disabled.
The interior of Arlington Court is a series of fascinating collections amassed by the late Miss Chichester. The Chichester family had lived at Arlington for over 500 years, and Miss Rosalie Chichester, the last of her line, left the house to the National Trust. The house contains some furniture dating from the 18th century, and displays of model ships, Biltson enamels, pewter, shells, snuff boxes, fans and costumes, all collected by the much travelled Miss Chichester.
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