A Sunday afternoon visit to include a guided tour of the house and time to explore the garden followed by a buffet tea in the Tithe Barn. Booking details will be available shortly.
Brockworth Court is a Tudor house located in Brockworth, Gloucestershire. The original house was granted to Llanthony Secunda Priory in the 12th Century and remained as a Priors residence until the dissolution of the monasteries in 1540, when it was granted to the Guise family by King Henry V111. Henry and his second wife Anne Boleyn visited Brockworth Court in August 1535.
The gardens at Brockworth Court are part of the National Gardens Scheme and are open on only two days in the year. Tours of the house are not available to the public and we are very fortunate to have secured this group visit opportunity.