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Great Witley Church, Great Witley

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Wow! Just wow. So extravagent. Steep hill to climb, but well worth it. The crypt is an interesting place to visit £1 for adults. Free for children  more »
  • As already stated in other reviews this is a beautiful church, set in spectacular grounds. Unfortunately the only thing which took the shine off our visit was the downright miserable individual who wa...  more »
  • Stumbled upon this when we were visiting Witley Court and Gardens. The buildings actually adjoin each other and it is a very short walk up a slight incline to get to the church. I don't want to say to...  more »
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  • To be honest, this church was a surprise. Having travelled from Australia, and only really looking inside the church because of Witley Court next door, its interior was not what we expected given that the exterior is fairly plain. It was magnificent and felt almost European in flavour. In a way that's not surprising because it contains a lot of paintings by the great Italian Rococo artist Antonio Bellucci (who trained in Venice and has several works in Austria). Personally I feel that visiting this church is a must, especially if you are also visiting Witley Court next door. Take a look at all the photos of the interior of the church and you will understand why this is a hidden gem. NOTE: It's free to enter but be good and give a small donation to help maintain the place.
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