Westonbirt HouseLocated in the heart of the Cotswolds and standing within 200 acres of private parkland, Westonbirt House is one of the country's finest examples of Victorian architecture. Westonbirt's distinct personality and extensive facilities offer a unique and flexible venue. Designed by Lewis Vulliamy and completed in 1870, Westonbirt House was the country seat of Robert Stayner Holford who positioned it so that he could look straight down Holford Ride towards his Arboretum, where he had planted his first trees in 1829.
Inside the House, the sumptuous classic style and design of each room presents a new experience through every door. Centrally, the Great Hall and Reading Room with their magnificent open fireplaces, provide fine venues for entertainment and dance. The Dining Room and Library are complemented by a double aspect view of the magnificent Gardens and benefit from grand architectural features, which include unique silk wall hangings and an ornamental ceiling.
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Contact Details: Jack Doyle, Business Manager,
Tel: 01666 881338
Web: www.westonbirt.gloucs.sch.uk or