Moreton in Marsh with Sezincote House & Garden

Firstly today we head to Moreton in Marsh for a browse and lunch stop.
We then head to a very special historic property that has been requested a number of times.

Sezincote is a Mughal Indian palace set in the Cotswold Hills, created by the nabob Charles Cockerell in 1805.

The house is surmounted by a copper dome and minarets, and set in a picturesque water garden with seven pools, waterfalls, a grotto and a temple to Surya, the Hindu Sun God. A curving Orangery frames the Persian Garden of Paradise.

Samuel Pepys Cockerell, younger brother of the owner, was the architect, with the artist Thomas Daniell advising on classical Indian architecture. Repton consulted on landscaping the grounds.

The property will be open just for us, which is delightful, but means they will not have any refreshments available at the property.

Accessibility – The property is not fully accessible with a wheelchair, but there are viewpoints and photos of the upstairs of the house. Contact Liz for more info.

Timings: Leave Leominster 8:30am, Hereford 9:00am, Ross 9:30am.
Depart and to Ross 6:30pm, Hereford 7:00pm and  Leominster 7:30pm.

Cost:
Including travel, entry and tour costs £38.00 per person

For more details and to book, please CONTACT US