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Coughton Court, Alcester, Warwickshire

Coughton Court

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Coughton Court has been the home of the Throckmortons from Tudor times to the present day. The magnificent central Gatehouse, built in 1530, and the Tudor courtyard are complemented by an Elizabethan Knot garden. There is a new one-and-a-half acre Flower Garden in the old walled garden by the lake and a Bog Garden plus river and lake walks.

The house has a fine collection of family portraits, furniture and memorabillia with close associations with the Gunpowder Plot of 1605. Exhibitions covering the Gunpowder Plot, the Gardens, the Collection of Children's Clothes are all included in the admission tickets. Also available is a Gift Shop, Plant Centre and Restaurant.

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Tourist Info Number: +44 (0) 1789 293 127
Months Open: April - October
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes - 15+
Discount for Groups: Yes - £7.50pp House & Gardens
Coach Parking: Yes
Car Parking: Yes - £1 per car
Wedding Facilities: Yes
Conference Facilities: Yes
Contact Name for Groups: Sales Office
Admission Price: £8.60
Gift Shop: Yes
Catering: Licensed Restaurant for morning coffee, lunch and tea

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