Wythall is a 16th century half-timbered manor house in a secluded and idyllic setting, with a garden, duck pond and wooded grounds. You will enjoy peace and quiet here and see an abundance of wildlife.
Three thousand five hundred vines were planted on 3.5 acres. The estate joined the growing English wine marketplace. They planted white Siegerrebe and Orion grapes; plus, red Rondo and Fruhburgunder, also known as early pinot.
Two cottages, the Game Larders and the Old Bakehouse, are completely self-contained and are situated in the west wing of the house. They are well equipped and furnished in period style. Both cottages have use of the garden and there is ample parking space. Water is supplied from our own spring. There is oil-fired central heating throughout.
The cottages each have a flatscreen television, DVD player, telephone and Wi-Fi access. Linen and towels are provided. A cot and highchair is available. Pets are welcome.