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This house is only open on a couple of days a week, so it was great to actually see inside. The original is medieval with later additions through the centuries. It belonged to one of the Merchant Venturers of Bristol, and the family still live...More
Clevedon Court is a medieval Manor House tucked away on the outskirts of Clevedon. The Elton family still reside in the house and as such the house and grounds are only open April-September, three days a week.
The house is well worth a visit. It...More
This is potentially a wonderful place to visit. The house is still inhabited so naturally access is limited to particular areas of the building. That said, what access there is provides an insight into the building's historic past and is interesting on many levels. Unfortunately...More
My wife and I visited the garden recently on a Wednesday. We arrived early. Does not open until 2pm. Very helpful and cheerful parking attendant. Surprisingly popular but still adequate parking for a dry day. Nice cuppa from a van inside a shed added to...More
We visited one afternoon as it isn't open every day or mornings. The guides inside the house are very knowledgable and told us all about the house and it's owners. Good way to pass a few hours. We didn't get to look around the gardens...More
A small country house, still lived in, so not all of it is open. But the rooms on display give visitors an living sense of the Elton family as merchants, craftsmen,collectors, literary and public figures. Architecturally, the house is lovely, with extremely welcoming and informative...More
This hidden jewel, maintained by the National Trust, is in a league of its own. Originally medieval, it has been extended over the last 500 years sympathetically. The result is a small but stunning house with a homely ambience. There have been no tittivations by...More