Grittleton is a picturesque village situated on the edge of the Cotswolds and surrounded by glorious English countryside. Grittleton originally was owned by the Neeld family and formed part of their estate. Today most houses are privately owned but still maintain their original charm.
Grittleton House is a Victorian Manor House situated in 30 acres of beautiful parkland and formal gardens. The Manor House has been described as an Italianate Gothic Mansion and boasts many original features particularly on the ground floor throughout the state rooms, library and entrance hall.
Grittleton House is owned by the Shipp family. The family have recently been fortunate to acquire the old stables complex and have spent the last three years lovingly restoring them to their former glory. This complex consists of the Tower House, formally used to house the ‘best’ horses and staff, the carriage house and the old stables. The stables have now been converted into B&B accommodation and function rooms, but contain many of the original features; the dining room for example is situated within the horse stalls in the Tower House.
Grittleton House has been used for many TV and film productions.
Grittleton House has been used for a variety of fashion shoots and still life photography, for brochures, catalogues, calendars and advertisements.
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