Bromsberrow Estate in Herefordshire

Bromsberrow Estate in Herefordshire

 

Bromsberrow Place is situated right on our doorstep near Eastnor Castle!

This Regency Greek Revival house has an interesting social history as it was owned by David Ricardo.
The architect, George Basevi, was Disraeli’s first cousin and the architect for the Fitzwilliam museum in Cambridge.
The entire contents of the house date between 1770 and 1840. The house contains a collection of English Sporting Art.

The Bromesberrow Estate is a traditional agricultural estate of 1,140 acres at the southern end of the Malvern Hills and over the last twenty-five years there has been active diversification.

Today after a short journey, we head to the Estate where we will have a talk which will not only tell us about the history of Bromsberrow, but also about recent developments with diversification on the estate (including the farming, forestry, orchards, tenancies and other various enterprises).
Our talk will be followed by a 2 course lunch with Bromsberrow Place Wine and then a tour of the House and Gardens.

Timings: Leave Leominster 9:30am., Hereford 10:00am., Ross 10:30am.
Depart 3:30pm, travel back to Ross 4pm, Hereford 4:30pm, Leominster 5pm.

Costs: Travel costs, talk, lunch, refreshments, plus tour of house & garden is £52.00 per person (Max 30 people)

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