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Bath and the Cotswolds Sights

Rodmarton Manor

  • Off A433 Map It
  • Rodmarton
  • House/Mansion/Villa

Updated 05/29/2014

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One of the last English country houses constructed using traditional methods and materials, Rodmarton Manor (built 1909–29) is furnished with specially commissioned pieces in the Arts and Crafts style. Ernest Barnsley, a follower of William Morris, worked on the house and gardens. The notable gardens—wild, winter, sunken, and white—are divided into "rooms" bounded by hedges of holly, beech, and yew. The manor is 5 miles northeast of Tetbury.

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Off A433, Rodmarton, GL7 6PF, England

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  • £8; garden only, £5
  • Apr.–Sept., Wed., Sat., and national holiday Mon. 2–5

Updated 05/29/2014


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