Stately Homes, Castles and Gardens to Visit in Worcestershire

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Showing 6 properties in Worcestershire

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Hagley Hall - Worcestershire
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Noble Palladian house with corner pavilions completed in 1760 to the designs of Sanderson Miller. Italian plasterwork by Vassalli and Rococo decoration with furnishings by Chippendale. Collection includes Grand Tour items, including marble classical busts... read more
Spetchley Park Gardens - Worcestershire
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A plantsman's paradise with over 30 acres of gardens featuring many rare trees, shrubs and plants. In the Berkeley family since 1605, the garden was extended in the early 20th century by Rose Berkeley and her sister, the great Edwardian gardener, Miss Ell... read more
Little Malvern Court - Worcestershire
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This is the Prior's Hall with its associated rooms and monks' cells of the former Benedictine monastery of c. 1480, whose church survives alongside. Outstanding medieval hall roof and collections of vestments, embroideries and paintings.

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Harvington Hall - Worcestershire
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This moated medieval and Elizabethan manor is owned by the Archdiocese of Birmingham. It has secret priests' hiding places and rare wall paintings.

This property offers free access to HHA Friends and Members during normal opening hours - pl... read more
Perrycroft - Worcestershire
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House designed by CFA Voysey and built for JW Wilson in 1895. Unusually well preserved Arts and Crafts house in a spectacular hillside setting.

Garden partly designed by Voysey and restored and extended by the current owners. 10 acres of f... read more
Madresfield Court - Worcestershire
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Madresfield Court is the ancestral home of the Lygon family, the eldest son of which bore the title Earl Beauchamp between 1815 and 1979, when the eighth and last Earl died.

The house contains outstanding collections of furniture, pictures,... read more