IMPORTANT (August 2020): PLEASE REFER TO OUR HOMEPAGE FOR UPDATES DUE TO COVID-19, INCLUDING CURRENT OPENING TIMES OF THE GARDENS, HOUSE, AND TEAROOM.
Website content for normal “non-Covid” times: Hellens is open on Wednesdays, Sundays and Bank Holiday afternoons from 1 April to 15 October. Our tearoom is open from 12.30 to 5.30 pm on tour days. Entry to the House is by guided tour only. Please book tours online. Admission costs £9 (free entry for children and students in full time education).
We want everyone to feel welcome at Hellens and hope that anyone with any specific requirements won’t hesitate to contact us (01531 firstname.lastname@example.org) so that we can make this possible. The Great Barn, Georgian Stables and Haywain have fully accessible facilities and we have designated accessible parking areas. There is level access to parts of the garden and ramped access to the Tea Room. The house is not suitable for wheelchair users.
The Hellens tearoom is open from 12:30 to 5pm on Wednesdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays as well as during booked private house and garden group tours.
The tea rooms seats 30 inside and 25 outside. We offer a range of delicious cakes, enjoyed across the world by our visitors! Additionally, a selection of scones served with jam and clotted cream are always available along with the quintessentially English crumpets and hot toasted teacakes. We offer a full selection of fine teas and coffee served in an equally charming array of eclectic and delightful porcelain. Cold and hot beverages include bottle green squashes and rich hot chocolates.
Private Group Bookings
The House and Gardens are open for pre-booked group visits throughout the year. We can provide tea and biscuits, tea and cake or lunch at extra cost. To book your visit please email: email@example.com or call 01531 660504.
CLICK HERE to see how the children from Much Marcle Primary were inspired by their visit to Hellens Manor & Ledbury Poetry Festival.
How to find us
Hellens lies just off the A 449 – the Ledbury to Ross on Wye road. Follow the brown signs from the crossroads in the centre of Much Marcle Village.