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Sufton Court

A fine example of early Georgian architecture overlooking beautiful parkland and filled with a collection of 18th-century treasures.

Mordiford, Herefordshire, HR1 4LU

Sufton Court grounds

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Sufton Court is a small Palladian mansion built in 1788 by James Wyatt. The house was built for James Hereford, an ancestor of the current family.

The Interiors are also by Wyatt, the finest being the Music Room which is now the Drawing Room.

Visitors will see the park laid out by Repton (whose ‘red book’ survives today) and the house’s superb situation above the rivers Wye and Lugg.

Opening Times

Contact house for access information.

Admission

Adults: £5.

Children: 50p.

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