Rodmarton Manor: Where Nature Meets Timeless Beauty (2023)

Cotswold autumn leaves, golden, red, and orange hues, nature’s masterpiece

Rodmarton Manor

Rodmarton Manor is an impressive country house near Cirencester, in Gloucestershire and the Cotswolds (an area designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in 1966). Built in 1909 for the Biddulph family, this manor house features locally made furniture.

Step back in time to the early 20th century at Rodmarton Manor, an exquisite example of the Arts and Crafts movement with stunning architecture and intricate details.

One of the last country houses to be constructed entirely by hand with local stone, timber and craftsmen, Ernest Barnsley designed Rodmarton Manor.

This Grade I listed building and added an exquisite early 20th-century garden to complement it – which still serves as home to the Biddulph family today.

On summer days, the gardens are open daily for afternoon tea or an evening stroll through the Cotswold countryside. Be sure to explore its herbaceous borders, kitchen garden and sea of roses.

Rodmarton’s eight acres of breathtaking Cotswold gardens are fabulous and for accommodation nearby, there are some unique holiday rentals.

Driving from Heathrow Airport to Rodmarton by car takes about 2 hours.

Apart from Rodmarton Manor, the Cotswolds is a region that’s renowned for its beautiful landscapes and charming villages, but it’s also home to a wealth of history and heritage.

From the historic abbey ruins of Tewkesbury to the ancient Roman villa at Chedworth, the Cotswolds is a region that’s full of fascinating historical sites and artifacts.

Enchantment Awaits
Enchantment Awaits

The Cotswolds region is home to many charming villages and towns, churches, historic landmarks, outdoor activities, in a beautiful part of England. After visiting the region many times, we created the TravelCotswolds website dedicated to helping others plan their own trips to the Cotswolds.

Here are some villages to explore in the Cotswolds; BiburyBourton-on-the-WaterCirencesterCompton AbdaleCondicoteLower SlaughterMiserdenSomerford KeynesStroud, and Yanworth.


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