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Baddesley Clinton

Discover 500 years of fascinating stories

The magic of Baddesley Clinton comes from its secluded, timeless setting deep within its own parkland. From refuge to haven, this atmospheric moated manor house has been a sanctuary since the 15th century. Here you can discover Baddesley’s fascinating late-medieval and Tudor history, [MORE]

Packwood House

Much-restored Tudor house, park and garden with notable topiary

Small and intimate, Packwood offers small-scale escapism. Owned and developed over the centuries by aspirational people – gentlemen farmers, Black Country industrialists – it has a spirit of renewal and regeneration, brought about with great care and attention to detail. [MORE]

Coughton Court

An imposing Tudor house with beautiful gardens

Coughton has been home to the Throckmorton family for 600 years. Facing persecution for their catholic faith, they were willing to risk everything. You can explore their fascinating story through ‘Consequences of Conflict’ – illustrating a family’s ingenuity, resilience and resolve to overcome conflict [MORE]

Baddesley Clinton