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Sezincote is a Mughal Indian palace set in the Cotswold Hills, created by the nabob Charles Cockerell in 1805.

The house is surmounted by a copper dome and minarets, and set in a picturesque water garden with seven pools, waterfalls, a grotto and a temple to Surya, the Hindu Sun God. A curving Orangery frames the Persian Garden of Paradise.

Samuel Pepys Cockerell, younger brother of the owner, was the architect, with the artist Thomas Daniell advising on classical Indian architecture. Repton consulted on landscaping the grounds.

Today’s opening hours

Garden: Thursday, Friday and Bank Holiday Monday afternoons except December, 2pm-dusk.



Garden: Thursday, Friday and Bank Holiday Monday afternoons except December, 2pm-dusk.

House and Tea Room: Thursday, Friday and Bank Holiday Monday afternoons from 2pm-5.30pm May to September inclusive.

Find Us
Find us

Access is 1.5 miles out of Moreton in Marsh on the A44 towards Evesham, opposite the entrance to Batsford Arboretum.

Moreton in Marsh railway station is 2 miles away.



Car park on site

  • Free


Historic Houses members visit for free. 

House and garden: £10 (regretfully children not admitted)
Garden only: £5 (£1 for children)

  • Accessible toilets
  • Accessible parking
  • Access statement available
  • Guide dogs welcome
Group Visits
Group Visits

We are happy to accommodate groups (minimum of 25) out of normal opening hours, if it is possible to find a mutually convenient time and date.

There is a £10 group supplement for the garden only, and £30 for house and garden, to cover costs of opening.

Email us on  enquiries@sezincote.com or call on  01386 700444.

A word from the owner

Sezincote is a family home, full of dogs, cats and children. We hope you enjoy visiting our special house, thought to be the only mogul building surviving in Western Europe.

Things to See


There are few houses as romantic and theatrical as Sezincote to host your wedding in, an Indianised fantasy of cotswold stone and copper domes.

With only 6 weddings available yearly each one is unique and tailored to the couple.

The curved orangery filled with flowers and plants, with doors open on to the persian garden takes up to 240 guests, for civil ceremonies or religious blessings.

The gardens and temples are a beautiful setting for perfect photos of the day. The house is lit up to provide an incredible backdrop to the clear marquees for dinner and dancing.


  • Suppliers list
  • Accessible parking
  • Wedding planner
  • Guest parking

Thank you for the most magical day in your home, it was more wonderful than we could have imagined. It was such a privilege and a real joy to work with you.

Francesca and Matt 2017

Corporate Hire

Corporate events

Sezincote is available for corporate hire and events. 


  • Accessible toilets
  • Refreshments

School Visits