Visit this stunning venue rarely open to the public.
Wander around part of the Grade II* listed house and step outside to tour its grounds including the two-acre walled garden and the unique, unaltered Grade I listed 17th Century gothic summer house.
There’s also the chance to take advantage of a guided ‘tree walk’ around Homme House’s elegant and beautiful estate.
Led by a member of the Finnigan family, who own the property, the visitor will learn all about a fascinating array of trees, particularly the numerous oaks, spread around the 110 acres of parkland.
- Walks last approx 60mins. Please wear appropriate footwear. Suitable for wheelchair users but is over rough grass.
- First walk 11.30am. Second walk 3.30pm.
From the B4024 Much Marcle – Dymock road off the A449 in the centre of the village.
The stone entrance gates are up the lane signposted to St. Bartholomew’s Church. A 1km private drive leads through the Park and then turns left up to the car park and house.
Enter the Homme House estate from the B4024 Much Marcle (Dymock road) off the centre of the village. Gates are up the lane to St Bartholomew’s Church. A private drive through the Park will take you to the car park. Please do not rely on SatNav to find the entrance gates.
Adult garden visit £5. U 16 free.
Guided parkland walk £10. This includes the garden visit and must be booked in advance at this website
Refreshments and afternoon tea available to buy