Situated beside the longest village green in England and within beautiful parkland, Grade I listed Frampton Court is a magnificent mixture of Baroque and Palladian architecture. Built and lived in by the Clifford family since 1733, the interiors are described in Pevsner as 'lavish.. with joinery of the highest quality'.
The furniture at Frampton Court is largely contemporary 18th century and fireplaces have exotic Bristol Delft tiles. The fine Huguenot verdure tapestry was recently cleaned and conserved and the collection of 19th century botanical watercolours, the Frampton Flora, was painted by members of the family.
At the end of the 17th century 'dutch canal' in the garden sits the fantastic 'Strawberry Hill' gothic Orangery, now a romantic holiday retreat.
Guests can now experience the splendour and the peace of this stunning house and its beautiful Orangery by staying for a night or arranging a house party at the Court or a self catering holiday at the Orangery.
We offer private tours of Frampton Court and gardens during the summer months, for groups of more than ten people.
Garden open 23 April - 27 July 2.30 – 4.30, Mondays and Fridays.
Pre booked groups of ten or more only. Please contact us for more information.
Frampton Court is located in the centre of Frampton on Severn, just off the beautiful Village Green. It is just 3 miles from Junction
13 of the M5, via the A38 and B4071.
For those travelling by public transport, the closest railway station to Frampton on Severn is Stonehouse.
- Offers bike storage
Frampton Private Hire 01452 757966
- Accessible parking
A word from the owner
Later Clifford ladies, in the 19th century, painted 300 botanical watercolours recording the local wild and some garden flowers. These are known as the Frampton Flora and many of these paintings now hang on the walls at Frampton Court.
The Clifford family's ancestor 'Fair Rosamund', mistress of Henry 11, was said to have been born in Frampton in the 12th century and the family have long searched for the tunnel said to connect Frampton Court with her birthplace Frampton Manor across the village green.
Join us for an outdoor performance, by The Festival Players, of ‘Much Ado About Nothing’.
The doors are open for picnics from 6:30.
For further details please call 01452 740698.
The Park at Frampton Court is a Grade II* listed park in the style of 'Capability Brown' and offers a magical and serene location for your wedding.
As well as your beautiful marquee, by the lake, Frampton Court itself is part of the wedding package. It will not only give you the accommodation of five, beautifully appointed double bedrooms that are light and elegantly furnished, but also the use of its principal reception rooms: the panelled Hall (with bespoke “Mouseman” furniture), the Drawing Room, Dining Room and Morning Room.
Our House Manager looks after you, with plenty of time for 'set up' and perhaps, as an extra, a family dinner for up to 20 in the magnificent panelled dining room the night before the wedding. We are also able to supply delicious breakfasts from our own produce.
The beautiful Orangery in the garden at Frampton Court is also available on a self catering basis. With four lovely bedrooms it is a unique 'garden' house, very comfortable and much loved by visitors and guests. The Orangery provides fantastic opportunities for romantic photographs and for the bride and her family or friends to stay and make final preparations for the big day.
St Mary's church, which is close by, seats over 200 people. Although we cannot accommodate wedding guests in Frampton Court itself, the terrace is a terrific place for drinks after the wedding ceremony and before the wedding breakfast, giving the bride and groom an opportunity to 'arrive' up the front steps, through the house and onto the terrace before mingling with guests and walking across the 'lawns' of the Park to the marquee and lake.
A marquee by our lake provides a unique and magical setting to celebrate the wedding day
The terrace and grounds are the perfect setting for drinks, after the ceremony, before guests walk across the stunning lawns for the wedding breakfast
The Orangery is the perfect place to stay, for the bridal party, and provides stunning photograph opportunities
The grounds of Frampton Court provide an exquisite setting for photographs of the wedding party
There are five bedrooms, all with ensuite bathrooms, which are perfect examples of Georgian refinement. All are light and elegant with fabulous views across The Park to the lake or across the huge front lawn to the village green. They are beautifully furnished with fine period furniture and exquisite examples of the lovely Frampton Flora watercolours, as well as wonderfully comfortable beds. Each room also contains organic bathroom toiletries and are well stocked with teas and coffees and home-made biscuits, adding every possible comfort for your special stay away.
Guests have full use of many of the superb principle rooms in the house. Arriving up the magnificent stone steps, sitting in the stunning panelled hall, in front of a log fire on the 'mouseman' oak fender, or relaxing in the morning room with where there is a televeision.
Upon arrival, our guests are assured of a warm welcome. We provide an excellent breakfast made from the best local produce (and organic where possible, including home-grown Gloucester Old Spot bacon and sausages, eggs and fruit from The Manor). Dinner is available at Frampton Court by arrangement. There are very good local pubs and restaurants - many of which are within walking distance too.
The beautiful Orangery in the garden at Frampton Court is also available on a self catering basis. With four lovely bedrooms it is a unique 'garden' house, very comfortable and much loved by visitors and guests.