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A family home for 500 years

Situated on a plateau above the gorge of the River Severn, this fine stone house has mullioned and transomed windows, a stunning interior with carved oak staircase and decorated plaster ceilings and oak panelling.

The current house was built in 1535 but there have been Benthalls living on this site since the medieval period. During this time the house has been part of many interesting events from the Civil War to the Industrial Revolution.

In the garden there are fabulous crocus displays to be seen in the spring and autumn, there's also an intimate and carefully restored plantsman's garden, an old kitchen garden and interesting Restoration church.

This is the home of Edward and Sally Benthall.

Why not volunteer with us

Why not come and volunteer with us?

Can you inspire our visitors and help them discover the family history in the house? Or help in the tea-room, giving excellent customer service?

If you are interested please call 01952 882159 or email.

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