Coughton Court is open to visitors for ten months of the year. read more
Warwickshire and Worcestershire have a long tradition of fruit growing.
The orchard at Coughton Court echoes this history with its focus on old and traditional varieties from the local area, especially apples and pears. The plums and cherries growing on the walls are more utilitarian and include varieties from the local surrounds. There are some unusual fruits including quinces, medlars and – recently added – The Worcestershire Black Pear.
Rose Festival Tours
25th June - 6th July 2014
Coughton Court has been home to the Throckmortons, one of the UK's oldest...read more
Historic house Coughton Court stands in 25 acres of grounds containing some of...read more