Perrycroft is an Arts and Crafts house designed by the architect C F A Voysey, and built in 1895.
It stands high on the Malvern Hills with magnificent westerly views. The garden was partially laid out by Voysey, and has been extensively restored over the last 20 years in keeping with Arts and Crafts tradition. It contains yew hedges and topiary, herbaceous and mixed planting, meadows with spring bulbs and native wild flowers, ponds and woodland.
A romantic haven redolent of an Edwardian golden age, Perrycroft is a remarkably complete example of Voysey's vision.
The house stands in the centre of the garden and takes in the wonderful landscape rolling to the west. The varied 10 acre garden offers formal and informal, historic and contemporary plantings and will appeal to garden lovers in all seasons.
Garden open every Thursday and Friday 10am - 4pm, April to June and September to October.
House open occasionally and by appointment. Please contact us for details.
Between Malvern and Ledbury, on the B4232 between British Camp and Wyche cutting.
- Offers bike storage
Car park on site Overflow cars please park in Gardiner's Quarry pay-and-display car park opposite.
Garden entry £5
House and garden entry £10 by advance ticket only
- Accessible toilets