Discover our Grade II* Listed country house on the Worcestershire, Herefordshire border.
Discover a rich history
Whitbourne Hall is steeped in local history. Originally built in 1862 by renowned architect Edmund Wallace Elmslie, the house and grounds have been intricately designed. From the moment you enter Whitbourne Hall, you will be blown away.
Whitbourne Hall is set amongst 9 acres of wooded grounds in the parish of Whitbourne, on the Worcestershire, Herefordshire border. We are surrounded by rolling countryside and farmland, in a truly tranquil setting. Watch the sun set over the Bromyard downs and watch as the stars light up the night sky. Tranquility isn’t far away. We enjoy good transport links to the M5 and M50. We are 11 miles from Worcester and 20 miles from Hereford.
Whitbourne Hall is a stunning private residence set amongst beautifully manicured grounds and woodland. The main house can be used for private events. Welcome guests into the breathtaking atrium with hand-painted, stained glass ceiling and original Maws tiled floor. There are four reception rooms available for private use, including the opulently appointed drawing room, dining room, morning room and library. Enjoy a virtual tour of the space here.
Gardens & Grounds
The Hall boasts the shell of a magnificent palm house which looks out onto the terrace and gardeners cottage. The terrace enjoys breathtaking views of Dial lake and the surrounding rolling countryside. From the hall you can walk down the stone steps to the Italian garden, complete with fountain. The Whitbourne residents also enjoy access to a private Victorian walled garden, original greenhouses and potting shed. Fruit and vegetables are grown in abundance and some residents keep chickens and sheep in the grounds.