Hellens Manor

Hellens Manor
Much Marcle




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The site of Hellens has been occupied for nearly a thousand years. A 13th Century Tudor/Jacobean manor in pleasant grounds. Associated with the Black Prince, Mary Tudor and the Civil War and a few ghosts.

Venue Type:

Historic house or home

Opening hours

Hellens opens for guided tours on Easter Saturday, 26th March 2005. Thereafter the house is open to the pùblic on Wednesdays, Thursdays,Sundays and Bank Holidays until October 2nd.
The tours last for an hour, and start at 2pm, 3pm and 4pm. No booking is necessary.

Closed: October to Easter

Admission charges

Adults £5.00
Children £2.50
Family ticket £10.00
Concessions £4.00

Additional info

The Great barn is available for hire for seminars workshops and private receptions. It can accommodate up to 150 people.

We regret that Hellens is not suitable for wheelchairs, due to steps and narrow access. Please contact us if you have any queries.

Among paintings of interest here are the Laughing Girl by Reynolds, Lord Whartons's portraits, a fine Van Dyke portrait of Endymion Porter, Charles I's art expert and several good specimens of 17th century woodwork. The Cordova Room contains a simple, balanced and beautifully carved fireplace and the Spanish 17th Century leader hangings.

Collection details

Architecture, Fine Art, Social History