Light and welcoming, the Pool House is ideal for large groups. You can dine inside or outside under the glass canopied patio in the spacious private garden.
Gutted by fire in 1937, Witley Court is now just a shell and provides a hint of the lavish lifestyle enjoyed by the Earls of Dudley in the early 20th century. It is home to a number of rare variety of Rhododendrons some of which may no longer exist elsewhere. Guest can explore the many paths around the grounds and gardens including the large pool designed to supply the water to the spectacular Perseus and Andromeda fountain as well the Flora fountain located in front of Witely Court.Discover more things to do during your stay
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We are a group of eight friends who have met for a spring walking break every year for the past 12 years. [...] Two years ago we discovered Pool House at Witley Court and it is now a firm favourite. Highlights were walks in the grounds early and late in the day when we had it to ourselves, hearing owls and foxes at night, drinking early morning tea whilst watching the bird life from the bedroom window and visiting the church and, of course, the tearoom. Thank you English Heritage for all the special touches which contributed to a memorable stay.
We have loved every minute! The number of properties available for viewing has been amazing! Witley is looking better than ever and the staff have been so helpful and friendly. The house is brilliant, so comfortable and the facilities have been excellent. We will definitely be coming again, we are very very impressed and thank you so much it has been very memorable.
Hannah and Becky
Impressive rural retreat; warm, comfortable, well equipped homely house in a fantastic setting. The staff of Witley Court were so welcoming and helpful, it made a memorable holiday despite mixed weather. Watching bats and other wildlife is great.