Quatt, North of Bridgnorth
The house with its intimate family rooms contains fine furniture and Dutch flower paintings, as well as one of Britain's most important public collections of contemporary art in a country house setting. The delightful gardens are a mass of colour in spring and visitors can enjoy walks in the Dingle, a wooded valley, or the popular 'Big Pool' walk. There are also estate walks to and from Hampton Loade. Dudmaston is the home of Colonel and Mrs Hamilton-Russell.
Tea-room in orchard car park. Light lunches. Note: tea-room is open to the general public and not restricted to visitors to house or garden. Children's menu. Ice-cream kiosk.
Building: Ramped entrance. 3 wheelchairs. Ground floor accessible. Stairs to other floors. Seating available. WCs: Adapted WC. Grounds: Partly accessible. Map of accessible route. Steep slopes and terraces, access may be difficult for PMVs. Some visitors may require assistance from their companion. 1 single-seater PMV. Shop: Ramped entrance. Drop down table or clipboard available. Refreshments: Level entrance. Accessible tables and picnic tables. .
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AddressQuatt, North of Bridgnorth, Quatt, Shropshire, WV15 6QN
Opening times2pm - 5.30pm
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