A Day At Witley Court
Posted on June 01, 2016 by Sabina
Witley Court and Gardens are right on our doorstep here at the Great Little Breaks headquarters, Worcestershire and we all love it! When the sun in shining & our need for exploring kicks in, our favourite thing to do is roam around the grounds of Witley Court.
Sophie from our marketing team visited and took some fantastic pictures for us, just in case you need a little extra persuading to visit the glorious location...
The Perseus and Andromeda fountain, only turned on at specific times in the day, reaches up to 80ft high. Designed by landscape gardener William Andrews Nesfield’s in the 1850's.
After exploring the romantic ruins of Witley Court and Gardens, take a short stroll to the independent tea rooms, located near the Great Witley Church. The afternoon tea is delicious...try it for yourself!
Once a magnificent settings for decadent parties and royal balls, this glorious country house was destroyed by fire in 1937, leaving just the bare structure of charred timbers and stone.