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Frampton Court Estate

Frampton Court Estate has been in the Clifford family since the 11th century and is currently managed by Rollo Clifford. It comprises 1500 acres of mixed farmland, wetland, woodland and lakes and includes two Sites of Special Scientific Interest. Farming is undertaken with the preservation of natural wildlife habitats high on the list of priorities.

A wide range of activities are promoted on the Estate - from sailing, riding and fishing to shooting, hunting and wildfowling. These are co-ordinated by the Frampton Wildlife and Sporting Association, which was set up by Rollo Clifford in the 1970s. The highlight of every year is Frampton Country Fair, the proceeds of which go to a range of good causes, which reflects the Estate’s commitment to the countryside and the rural way of life. Frampton Court Estate has a stand at the Fair, so please pay it a visit and find out more about the Clifford family, the history of Frampton and the management of the Estate in the present day.

Currently, the Estate supports and maintains a variety of houses and buildings in and around the village, as well as four Grade 1 listed buildings: Frampton Court, The Manor, The Orangery and The Wool Barn. Reflecting the demands and tastes of modern times, Frampton Court is now available as a place to stay for bed and breakfast and for house parties and The Orangery can be rented as a holiday house. Guests particularly enjoy the elegant rooms, period furniture, and the peaceful surroundings. Tours can be arranged for groups at Frampton Court and The Manor, and events including wedding receptions take place at The Wool Barn and in The Park. 

Visit our website to find out more about visiting, enjoying and staying at Frampton Court Estate:

Staying at Frampton Court

01452 740267; email

Holidays at The Orangery

01452 740698; email

Tours for groups of Frampton Court and The Manor

Janie Clifford; Telephone 01452 740268

Weddings and Events at Frampton Court Estate

01452 740698; email