Hellens Manor

Hellens Manor
Much Marcle
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Hellens - 'The jewel in the crown of Herefordshire homes' (Country Homes) - has an incredible tapestry of stories, characters, art, furniture, and treasures and a history dating back to 1057. Attractions include heirlooms of Anne Boleyn, the haunted bed-chamber prepared for Queen Mary Tudor, and paintings by Gainsborough, Van Dyke, and Peter Lely.

The grounds and gardens are dog friendly and include a labyrinth, a rare octagonal dovecote, a physic garden, a wildflower meadow, woods, and donkeys. The tea room serves delicious home-cooked produce.

Entry Cost

Free admission to grounds, gardens and tea room
Guided tours of the house £9, free to all students in full time education


Hellens is open on Wednesdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays from 10.30 to 5.00pm, 1 April - 15 October with guided tours of the house at 11.00am, 1.00pm and 3.00pm. Private tours and events can be booked all year round.
  • Welcomes

    • Free entry
    • Accepts groups
    • Corporate hospitality
    • Children welcome
    • Coach parties
    • Dogs welcome
  • Food Menu

    • Locally Sourced (Herefordshire or neighbouring counties)
    • Organic
  • Facilities

    • Free Wi-Fi
    • Public toilets
    • Outdoor Seating
    • Baby changing
    • On-site cafe/restaurant
    • Picnics welcome
    • High chairs available
    • Gift shop
  • Parking

    • Free parking
  • Accessibility

    • Disabled access
    • Disabled facilities
  • Special Features

    • Rural location
    • Historical Interest
    • Garden
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Directions & Parking

Map pin Audley Tower, Hellens
Much Marcle

Caring For The Planet

At Hellens we work together to grow an environment where eveyone is warmly encouraged to be curious, learn and enjoy through our educational, social, cultural and outdoor activities. We strive to do this in a way that celebrates and respects the legacy of this beautiful home and we aim to do this in a way that is evergreen, collaborative and cooperative.
  • Composting
  • Eco-cleaning products
  • Eco-toiletries
  • Energy from renewable sources
  • Recycling (>75% of all waste)
  • Refillable cleaning products and toiletries