Whittington Court

Summary:

Whittington Court, a lovely 16th Century manor house, which has seen little change over the last 300 years, is open to the public for just a few weeks each year.
This lovely 16th Century manor house built of Cotswold stone stands beside the parish church of Whittington, a small village near Andoversford.

Whittington Court has a picturesque, asymmetrical appearance which has seen little change over the last 300 years. The interior features panelled rooms with Tudor fireplaces and a carved oak staircase.
 
Whittington Court is open for two weeks over Easter and for a fortnight in August from 2pm-5pm.
 

More Information

Address:

Whittington, Andoversford, Gloucestershire, GL54 4HF

Telephone:

01242 820556

Website:

www.hha.org.uk/Property/431/Whittington-Court

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