Please be aware that until further notice Minster Lovell Dovecote is closed and access around the Dovecote severely restricted due to high level repairs to the building being required.
The extensive and picturesque ruins of Minster Lovell Hall are located in a beautiful rural setting beside the River Windrush. Approached from the north, through the adjacent churchyard, the 15th century site comprises a fine hall, tower and complete dovecote nearby - making this a particularly interesting day out for anyone considering a visit.
Minster Lovell Hall was originally home to Richard III's henchman Lord Lovell, one of the richest men in England. Although designed to serve as a symbol of great wealth, following several changes of hands the hall was abandoned - then dismantled and demolished - in the 18th century, leaving only the fascinating remains that stand today.
Please note: Dogs on leads are welcome.
Guidebooks are available to purchase from St Kenelm's Church, Minster Lovell.