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The house was built in 1850 for Reverend Arthur Lucton Childe. He was related to the Childe, Lacon - Childe and Baldwyn - Childe families of Kilnet Manor, Shropshire and Kyre Park, nr Tenbury Wells.
The property was designed by architect, Abraham Perkins from Worcester and was built to offer a property large enough for the reverends family and offering large formal gardens.
Testimonials are curated by Ralph Court Gardens and are not independently reviewed or verified.
""We visited your garden today and I just want to say it was an amazing afternoon spent in the most beautiful grounds I have seen for a long time. We never ceased to be surprised by what we saw around every corner we turned. It took my breath away"."
Mrs Perkins on 19 December 2017
"On my birthday I thought I would spend an hour at your gardens complete with my camera. WOW!! Over 3 happy hours spent & no time for any cake which looked delicious. I don't normally do reviews but your fantastic gardens deserve 5 stars. Thank you for a lovely day - I hope to return soon."
J. Wood on 14 February 2018
""Congratulations and thank you. We have just spent the best day out in a long time in your amazing garden followed by a delicious lunch.""
Mr & Mrs Price on 5 March 2018
Monday to Tuesday
Wednesday to Sunday
10:00 to 17:00