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All reviews english heritage every hour tea room well worth a visit audio guide witley court former glory grand house beautiful place to visit lovely grounds next door children's play area sunny day run around woodland walk lovely place lovely afternoon
In a lovely setting, but somehow not shown off well. We visited in winter, and it was a grey and cold but dry day. There was little in the way of real information as we went round. Although we were given audio-guides, these are quite...More
Visited twice in two weeks because I just couldn't get enough of Witley Court. There's a variety of different walks around the grounds you can do (top tip, go to the toilet at the entance because there aren't any others!) before you come to the...More
The team on the front desk was very welcoming, warm and friendly. The walk through the gardens and towards Witley Court was simply beautiful. The views, atmosphere and buildings are stunning. Will definitely go again. Both myself and my husband fully enjoyed our day.
A very beautiful and picturesque place set in the middle of beautiful countryside. A real shame that the whole place burned down early 20th century as the building was very clearly grand and wonderfully presented. Minimal stairs on site so it's good for all ages...More
Having rejoined EH after a break of 5 years my wife and I was at nearby SVR at Bewdley station on Sunday 24th and with the weather being lovely we decided to revisit Witley Court for an afternoon hour.
Once again we enjoyed the walk...More
It's about the water fountain in the main gardens, don't kid yourself it's for the 'house'. It's a delapidated ruin, a victim of fire, with little to offer visitors other than gardens to walk through, and a small lake/waterway.
The 'cafe' is a hike from...More
This was a side visit after visiting another destination in Malvern, and what a surprise! Our first E.H. members visit after receiving it for Christmas. Somehow we missed the car park and ended up parking right in front of the main gates! The place even...More
A great place to visit. Easy access and easy parking, good value for money. We spent about 3 hours here. Interesting and informative sign boards with easy directions. Audio description available but we weren’t offered these. Fascinating building with lots of history. Neighbouring church worth...More
My wife and I were enjoying a spa break over the Christmas period at the nearby Elms Hotel and found a brochure for Witley Court as one of the "things to do locally" - and as it was a sunny Sunday morning, decided to take...More
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We had our dog with us, took her everywhere except into the church, you can even go in the tea room and have a meal in the conservatory which is dog friendly. English Heritage beats The National Trust hands down for dog... More
We had our dog with us, took her everywhere except into the church, you can even go in the tea room and have a meal in the conservatory which is dog friendly. English Heritage beats The National Trust hands down for dog friendly visits.