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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...more
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I love this National Trust property and again on our last visit it was beautiful on a sunny day. We started off with a picnic and sat watching the new born lambs playing around. We then went for a walk around the woods and along...More
Had a fab visit with my other half on our way home from a weekend in Birmingham. The property is so well kept, as are the gardens. We would definitely like to come back again. I also want to say how incredibly helpful and knowledgeable...More
Our visit to this National Trust property was on a Sunday afternoon, it was quite busy but we arrived just in time for a talk before our timed entry to the house at 2:20pm.
Les gave a talk about the Gunpowder Plot, very factual but...More
We had the same issue as many other people in that you cannot pre book tickets for the house so were disappointed when we arrived. On the up side the gardens and churches were lovely and worth the visit. A final criticism...the queue for a...More
We visited here with friends on the second Thursday in May .I think this may well have been our fourth visit here .Very friendly staff/volunteers & interesting history surrounding the Throckmorton family going back many centuries. Although some rain and overcast at best at times...More
We visited here on Sunday 5th May whilst staying at the nearby Studley Castle hotel. A timed ticket for 11am was great as it got much busier later on. You explore the house on your own but no time limit to leave. Lots to see...More
We travelled 45 minutes to arrive to be told they had sold all of there alicated 600 tickets for the house and this was at 10.45am in the morning, and you could not even book online in advance having planned a trip of...More
Popped in on our way through the area. A nice house full of interesting details about the Gunpowder Plot, a fascinating read through the event. The grounds are lovely, lots of bluebells and wild garlic in flower. A walk through the woods, listening to the...More