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Coughton Court is an imposing Tudor house set in beautiful gardens with a collection of Catholic treasures

Coughton Court has been home to the Throckmorton family for 600 years, this finest of Tudor houses stands testament to a family's courage in maintaining their beliefs. From a position of high favour to one of fear and oppression post-Reformation, the Throckmortons were leaders in a dangerous age, helping to bring about Catholic emancipation in the 19th century.

Explore this story of fascinating personalities through the 'family album' of portraits and Catholic treasures around the house. Coughton is still very much a family home with an intimate feel: the Throckmorton family live here, managing the stunning gardens which they have created.

There is still more to enjoy away from the house and gardens.  For the little ones a play area with a wealth of trails and activities to keep them busy and for those seeking something a little less energetic then a stroll through our ancient woodland, to be found awash with bluebells in the spring, or a visit to the restaurant for a relaxing cream tea.

Cheese and Pickle Festival

Our Cheese and Pickle Festival is back from Sat 20 - Sun 21 September. It is our celebration of local produce with food stalls, tasters, demonstrations, country crafts and live music. Come along and enjoy.


Join the 2014 Great British Walk

Join us for a Great British Walk this autumn

Come along for a Great British Walk this autumn. It's a great time of year to explore the outdoors and discover the spectrum of colours this season has to offer. Go to our outdoors page to see the walks around Coughton Court.

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Coughton at War

Come and leave your rememberances on a poppy

Come and leave your rememberances on a poppy

How have you been touched by war? Come along and leave your thoughts on a poppy and pin it to the board.

We plan to hang the boards on the Harvington Stairs to create a wall of remembrance.