Pauntley Court must be one of the most enchanting houses in which to stay. It is said to be the birthplace of Dick Whittington, who traveled from here to become Lord Mayor of London. It has beautiful formal gardens and is situated in a stunning position. The mundane strains of the 21st Century seem to melt away as you first crest the hill and glimpse the house through the trees, safe in its private grounds.
It is located within easy reach of the market towns of Newent and Ledbury, the spa towns of Malvern and Cheltenham and the cathedral cities of Gloucester, Tewkesbury and Hereford. The village of Pauntley is on the edge of the Cotswolds, two and half hours drive from London.
Guests can walk further afield to the surrounding land along side the River Leadon, where if you are lucky you might spot an otter or glimpse wild swans and ducks landing on the lower ponds.
There is a pond for fly fishing, a tennis court and two bicycles on the property that you are welcome to use, and for keen equestrians, we can also make special arrangements for stabling of a horse if required.
Credit Cards Accepted
Garden for Guest Use
Tea/Coffee Facilities in Rooms
TV in All Rooms