Designed along Tudor and Jacobean lines to reflect the house’s history, the gardens are dog friendly and include a yew labyrith, a rare octagonal dovecote, a physic graden, a knot garden and wonderful views to the Malvern Hills.

The grounds cover 150 acres of ancient SSSI woodland and wild flower meadows, with trees ranging from Wellingtonias and Blue Atlas Cedars to many rare varieties of fruit trees. In spring the woods are full of wild flowers – daffodils, orchids, anemones and bluebells.