Horton Court National Trust

Horton Court National Trust

One of our team is currently writing a review on Horton Court. The information below has been collected from the venue website.

Horton Court lies in a secluded combe in the South Cotswolds. Originally a Norman hall, the court was expanded during medieval and Tudor times, becoming a lucrative prebend for the clergymen who owned Horton.

You can see the Norman Hall, Tudor Ambulatory and part of the garden, where you get a real sense of its intriguing and varied history.

Please note that the main court is a tenanted property, and is not open to visitors. Due to limited access and facilities, entrance tickets to Horton Court need to be booked in advance, with ticket numbers limited.

General

  • Refreshments and cake are available from St James the Elder church on Saturdays only
  • No toilet facilities on site.