Picturesque medieval moated manor house and garden
This atmospheric house dates from the 15th century and has changed little since 1634. The interiors reflect the house's heyday in the Elizabethan era, when it was a haven for persecuted Catholics -- there are no fewer than three priest's holes. There is a delightful garden with stewponds, a lake walk and nature walk
Name and credits for images of Baddesley Clinton
Description of image - A view of the Courtyard showing the main charge of the Ferrers Arms (7 mascles) laid out on the lawn. The Courtyard with its yews,lawns & brick paths,was created in 1889 by Edward H. Dering.
Description of image - View of the West Side of Baddesley Clinton. It originally contained the best accommodation, which was reserved for John Brome and his family. It is essentially all fifteenth century.
Credit for photograph: Andrew Butler
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