The Cotswolds Guide

Rodmarton Manor - Cirencester

Rodmarton Manor

Fine example of a country house built to the Arts and Crafts ideals. All the furniture is also Arts and Crafts

One of the last country houses to be built and furnished using local stone and timber. Finished in 1929 this typical Cotswolds Arts and Crafts house took twenty years to complete.

Today Rodmarton Manor is open to the public and contains furniture and pottery by Alfred and Louise Powell, wall hangings by Helda Benjamin, lead and brass by Norman Jewson and a garden designed by Barnsley.

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