Hardwicke Court

Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GL2 4RS

Smirke house built of Cotswold stone home to the sixth generation of Lloyd-Bakers.

Hardwicke Court

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Key Information

  • Free for members
  • Free parking
  • Getting Here
  • Opening Times
  • Admission
  • Accessibility

Hardwicke Court is a late Georgian house designed by Sir Robert Smirke in the early 19th century.

The house is currently lived in by the sixth generation of Lloyd-Bakers.

Visitors are offered a tour of the drawing room, library and dining room, containing many pieces of furniture and art original to the house. The gardens are also open to visitors.

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Hardwicke Court door and statues on plinths

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