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House

© MTM Studio

House

House

The house dates back to around 1580, though the Guise family have lived on this spot since 1274(!) and it is still first and foremost the family home. Anselm Guise, the current owner, spent several years scheming to turn Elmore Court into what it is now.

The Court is a wonderfully eclectic mix of different architecture, from Elizabethan through to Victorian and almost all of the alterations over the years were done specifically to entertain, an intention we are faithfully continuing. 
 
Elmore has always had a reputation for being the perfect house for parties and gatherings and has many great and historical rooms, corridors, nooks and staircases and during your stay, it can be fully enjoyed and will feel completely your own.
 
Find out more about the rooms by scrolling down.

 

The Hall

The Hall

The Hall is the heart of the house. A great mullioned window lights the room magically with a rainbow of colours from its heraldic stained glass. It is a wonderful space for entertaining and is used for wedding ceremonies, blessings and so much more.

Drawing Room

Drawing Room

In so many ways our favourite room in the house... It’s glorious. Adjoining the Hall, it boasts a large fireplace that warms like a super comfy sauna in the winter while during the summer it's many sash windows give it a lovely breezy feel.

Morning Room

Morning Room

The Morning Room is set on the east side of the house, next to the drawing room and is used as a sitting room... Looking out over the gardens it’s a wonderful space that leads directly out onto the east lawn.

Dining Room

Dining Room

Adorned with ancestors and built in the early 1800's the dining room is a proper dining room and is of course where breakfast, lunch and dinner is generally served.

Take The Tour

Take The Tour

If you have a few moments why don't you have a buzz around the house?

Right now.

Virtually.

Discover Our History

Discover Our History

Elmore Court has a rare and genuine history dating back to the 13th century and even before.

Check it out!