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Huntlington House | Luxury Self-Catering Manor | Worcester

Huntlington House

Great Witley, Worcester, Worcestershire, UK

A classic 17th century Jacobean hunting lodge with a glam rock heart, today Huntlington House is a luxury self-catering manor fit for grand celebrations, where hedonistic souls will feel right at home. Refined, elegant but with hints of playful rascality throughout, this Worcestershire country house and its Romanesque indoor pool makes for pure rest and indulgence.

Introduction

If walls could talk, Huntlington House’s pointed gables and stone-mullions would tell tales of secret underground tunnels and partying royalty, prisoners of war and classrooms filled with science students. Now, this rural Worcestershire manor has put down its hard-working boots for the last time, entering its golden years where no luxury is spared and no desire too far-fetched. An indoor wellness area (including a pool, sauna, steam room and hot tub) allows guests to sink into a bliss far-removed from the everyday, while a maze and children’s climbing area ensure unlimited play in the gardens.

Inside

Modern at the touch but with many of its original features fording the foundations, history abounds at this grand celebration house; the wreckage of a 16th century galleon forms the entrance hall ceiling, original floorboards line the upper floors, while fireplaces which once warmed the Earl of Dudley some 300 years ago still roar on winter nights. A music room equipped with drumkit and leather sofas is sure to inspire late-night jam sessions between friends, while glittered skulls and antler chandeliers reside above mantelpieces, harking back to the manor's hunting lodge roots.

Outside

Twelve acres of garden and 18 of farmland surround this luxury home (once part of the Witley Court Estate), where whimsy and Alice in Wonderland-esque adventures go hand in hand. Skip through the topiary maze looking for white rabbits, watch shimmering dragonflies hover over the pond and laze on a blanket beneath the spring apple blossom of the orchard by moonlight, children safely tucked up in bed and under the supervision of loving grandparents. For the sports fans in the party, the tennis court will call for pre-breakfast doubles matches, while a stone pagoda offers a quiet sanctuary for delving into a novel.  

The Facts

  • SleepsUp to 14 guests
    From £8,250 per week, £6,250 per short break
  • Alternative group optionUp to 8 guests
  • Bedrooms and bathroomsThere are seven bedrooms across two floors. On the first floor the master suite encompasses a super king-size bed with freestanding bath, en suite shower room, living room and walk-in wardrobe. The second bedroom suite also sits on the first floor and includes a king-size bed, en suite shower room, living room and walk-in-wardrobe. There are two further rooms on the first floor, one with super-king zip-and-link bed and en suite bath and shower room, the other with king-size bed and en suite shower room. On the second floor there are three bedrooms, one with king-size bed, one with twin beds and one suite with double bed, en suite shower room and living area. There is a family bathroom with rolltop bath and shower on the second floor and three separate WCs on the ground floor.
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  • FeaturesIndoor heated pool, sauna, steam room, hot tub, gym, tennis court, hedge maze, outdoor children´s play area and outdoor kitchen
  • PetsTwo well-behaved dogs are welcome
    Each pet is charged at £60 per week or part thereof
  • Arrivals and departuresArrival Day: Monday or FridayArrival Time: 4pmDeparture Time: 10am
  • FamilyYes, children are very welcome. One cot and one highchair are available.
  • PracticalitiesThere is ample parking for up to ten cars in front of the house, along with additional parking available on site. The large kitchen includes a double Aga, induction hob, electric oven, walk-in larder, walk-in fridge, small second fridge, boiling water tap, two dishwashers, freezer and microwave. A second kitchen can be found on the second floor with electric oven, fridge, hob and microwave. The summerhouse includes a bar, fridge and barbecue and the outdoor kitchen is fully equipped with a fridge, sink, barbecue and pizza oven. There is a separate utility room with washing machine and tumble dryer. While the garden is enclosed (and with a dedicated enclosed dog area), parents are advised to supervise children and pets at all times due to the unfenced pond. The owners, their two friendly dogs and the gardener (who will tend to the gardens daily) live within the grounds, but will ensure guest privacy is respected at all times. If arriving by air, helicopters are welcome to land on the grounds.
  • Homestay includesLuxury hamper of local goodies, WiFi internet, Smart TVs with Netflix, Amazon and Disney+, fluffy bathrobes, Sonos sound system, logs and kindling to get you started...House book - your property and destination guideDiscover more little luxuries
  • Additional extrasA handpicked selection of unique experiences are available at this property.
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The bright first floor master suite includes a rolltop bath in the bedroom
Spa-like calmness ensues throughout

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Great Witley

Within reach of the Malvern Hills´ broadleaf woodlands and high paths, this civil parish is home to notable Witley Court and Gardens. Picture perfect red brick cottages and kitchen gardens line the namesake´s village lanes, making for satisfying country rambles.

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Great Witley

Getting there

  • On the Map Huntlington House sits in the parish of Great Witley, a 40 minute drive from the border of The Cotswolds and an hour from central Birmingham, approximately ten miles from Worcester.
  • By Car This luxury manor is around three hours from London and the M5 (Junction 5) is around 16 miles away.
  • By Train Droitwich Spa train station is the nearest (approximately nine miles away).
  • By Air Birmingham Airport is nearest (approximately 37 miles away). Helicopters are welcome to land on the grounds of Huntlington House.

From the owner

“For us, Huntlington House is the perfect place to enjoy all that Worcestershire has to offer, from the captivating rural views to welcoming village inns.”

From the owner

Waking up to look out across the grounds from the master bedroom window is our favourite way to start the day, while a peaceful swim in the heated pool is lovely with the morning sunshine flooding the room.

Walks at Huntlington House are particularly stunning with golden pathways wending from the house down to the small lake area. The garden turns into a rustic landscape that takes you through ancient trees and offers views of the Malvern Hills and beyond to the church-spired skyline of Worcester.

The house features beautiful 16th century reception rooms which are the perfect place to while away the evenings in. For us, the best evenings begin with a glass of wine in front of the fire in the main hall followed by an informal supper in the dining room, which has been likened to a James Bond movie setting.

The kitchen-lounge area is the real hub of our home, with plenty of room for the whole family to gather together, preparing evening meals or curling up to watch a film.

The Jarvis Family

Owner recommendations

Live like a local, discovering the best hidden gem restaurants, walks and attractions during your holiday in Great Witley with an insider’s perspective.

Witley Court and Gardens, Great Witley
To See

Witley Court and Gardens, Great Witley

Lavish house parties, elaborate gardens and enormous fountains; neighbouring Witley Court is filled to the rafters with exciting history. Children will love the treehouse in the adventure playground, while the woodland walks will tempt leisurely rambles throughout the year.

Astley Vineyard, Stourport-on-Severn
To Do

Astley Vineyard, Stourport-on-Severn

Spend a couple of hours wandering between the vines, learning about local flora and fauna and of course, tasting some of Worcestershire´s finest fare in gorgeous, bucolic surroundings.

The Holt Fleet, Ombersley
To Eat

The Holt Fleet, Ombersley

Set in 14 acres of grounds on the banks of the River Severn, this half-timber inn serves pub grub to suit the whole family. On summer days, there is no finer place to settle down than in one of the private riverside pod.

Shelsley Walsh Hill Climb
To Do

Shelsley Walsh Hill Climb

From sporting trials to experience days, this hill climb venue (just 11 minutes from Huntlington House), is an adrenaline-fueled day out for the whole family. Guest tickets included with every stay; please enquire for more detail.

Unique extras

Enhance your stay with a unique experience from one of our preferred suppliers. From professional in-house chefs to luxury at-home spa therapists and wine delivered to the door, see what’s on offer for your bespoke escape.

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