stately homes gardens etc in Bristol
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Bristol Stately Homes, Country Houses & Gardens


Blaise Hamlet

Henbury, nr Bristol
Tel: 01225 833977    E-mail:

Blaise Hamlet Photo © Martin Bodman
Blaise Hamlet - Photo: Martin Bodman CCL


Nine rustic cottages around a green.

The hamlet of nine different Picturesque cottages was designed by John Nash in 1809 for Quaker banker and philanthropist John Harford, to accommodate Blaise Estate pensioners.

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Horton Court

Horton, nr Chipping Sodbury, BS37 6QR
Tel: 01179 372501    E-mail:  

Norman hall- Photo: Marion Dutcher CCL


Remains of a 12th-century rectory.

A Norman hall and an exceptionally fine detached ambulatory are all that remain of what is probably the oldest rectory in England.

There are interesting early Renaissance features, including stucco caricatures of classical figures.

The rest of the house is not open to the public. Horton Camp, an Iron Age hill-fort with open access, is situated 500yds to the south.

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Wraxall, Bristol, BS48 1NT
Tel: 0870 241 4500     E-mail:

A Victorian Gothic-Revival house and chapel, built for businessman William Gibbs from 1863, is currently undergoing a massive restoration project funded by public generosity.

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