July update:
Gardens and grounds open 10am-6pm and Tearoom open 12.30-5pm on
Wednesday
Saturday
Sunday
(House closed)

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Hellens Manor

Wedding venue
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Hellens is a beautiful historic manor house in Much Marcle, Herefordshire. Guided tours available Sun, Wed & BH Mon. A totally unique and exclusive wedding venue in an idyllic setting. Beautiful gardens, wildflower meadows, and ancient woodland.

Hellens Manor

4 days 13 minutes ago

A little tour of the veggie patch for you to enjoy this morning.
Are you growing much this year?
Has lockdown inspired you to grow your own food?
Please do share your veggie patch success, secrets and stories.
You can come and have an actual look around ours tomorrow (Wednesday) when we open to the public from 10am-6pm.
We look forward to meeting you.

About us

Set in the rural landscape of Herefordshire, Hellens Manor is a much-loved historic Tudor/Jacobean home, owned by the Pennington Mellor Munthe Charity Trust, with an incredible tapestry of stories, characters, art, furniture, grounds and formal gardens. Hellens is open for guided tours from April to October along with our vintage tearoom. Hellens is a unique and exclusive venue for tailor-made weddings, retreats or events in an idyllic setting.
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Our year round programme of educational and cultural events includes:

Hellensmusic

Hellensmusic

A spring classical music festival which brings internationally renowned musicians to our 16th century tithe barn for a series of intimate concerts.
Hellens Garden Festival

Hellens Garden Festival

A summer bounty of the sustainable and the eclectic, crafted and grown, supporting local beneficiaries, whilst sharing inspiration, information and positive action.
Back to the wild

Back to the wild

Making use of our ancient woodland, wild meadows and beautiful surroundings to help young people reconnect with themselves, others and the natural environment.
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At Hellens we work together to grow an environment where everyone who lives, works and plays is warmly encouraged to be curious, learn and enjoy through our educational, social, cultural and outdoor activities. We strive to do this in a way that celebrates and respects the legacy of this beautiful home and we aim to do this in a way that is evergreen, collaborative and cooperative.
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