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Brockhampton Estate, Bringsty
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The Brockhampton Estate is a farmed estate in Herefordshire, England, which is owned by the National Trust.The Brockhampton Estate is located near the village of Brockhampton near the town of Bromyard.The main attraction of the Brockhampton Estate is Lower Brockhampton, a timber framed manor house that dates back to the late 14th century. The manor house is surrounded by a moat and is entered by a newly restored gatehouse at the front of the house.The house is surrounded by of farmland and of woodland.In 2010, the National Trust undertook a major restoration project to the house using traditional wattle and daub building methods.The Brockhampton Estate was bequeathed to the National Trust in 1946 by Colonel John Lutley.The site of the medieval village of Studmarsh is thought to be located in the estate. In 2012, an archaeological dig unearthed the foundations of two buildings that may have been part of the village.With our international travel planner, Bringsty attractions like Brockhampton Estate can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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An excellent visit to this charming place. The house is down a long, winding drive with some suicidal sheep who wander across the road. At the foot of the valley is the manor house with an endearingly... read more »
This was a great find whilst we were holidaying in Herefordshire. The only thing that would have made it better was to have some dog friendly walks mapped (some National Trust sites are now doing this... read more »
After a long drive down through the estate were able to view a medieval manor house. Self guided tour was very interesting . Plenty of areas to walk but weather was poor so difficult to see much. Nice... read more »
A real gem that is hidden away!! Worth parking at the top carpark & walking down through the wood, if only to avoid the traffic. If the Gothic Church, which isn't part of the NT, is open this is worth a visit. Tea rooms are available at the upper carpark & down at the house! We had tea & cake after walking back up.....lovely homemade cake!!!
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