Historic Site:The Summerhouse

Historic Site, free entry

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Address

Homme House,
Much Marcle,
Ledbury,
Herefordshire,
HR8 2NJ

Details

Late 17th century grade I listed summerhouse or banqueting house, also known as the Watchtower. An important and little altered early example of a Gothic garden building, pre dating Miller's work at Radway Grange in the 1740's or Walpole's work at Strawberry Hill.

Disabled toilets

Dogs not accepted (except guidedogs)

Lawned areas and uphill to property from car park.

Opening details

By prior arrangement on weekdays and weekends.

Prices

Free entry

Directions

See location of The Summerhouse on Google mapsSee location on Google maps

Map reference: SO 652319  Lat: 51.98483 Long: -2.50716

Homme House is on the A449 between Ledbury and Ross on Wye. The summerhouse stands in the walled garden to the rear of the house. Rail: Ledbury (approximately 6 miles).
Car park is 5 minutes walk uphill from Summerhouse.

Facilities

  • Disabled toiletsDisabled toilets
  • Dogs not accepted (except guidedogs)Dogs not accepted (except guidedogs)

Lawned areas and uphill to property from car park.