Chavenage is an Elizabethan manor built of Cotswold stone, featuring relics of the Civil War, stained glass, panelled rooms and a family ghost.

Set amid the tranquil Cotswold countryside, Chavenage is the home of the Lowsley-Williams family. The east front is little changed from a massive reconstruction in 1576.

Inside there are Mortlake and Flemish tapestries, furniture and relics from the Cromwellian period, 14th-century stained glass and elaborate oak panels dating from 1590. The Edwardian west wing incorporates the decorative features of the Arts and Crafts movement and a ballroom.


Chavenage House

Chavenage, Tetbury, Gloucestershire, GL8 8XP

01666 502 329

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Opening times

May – Sep Thu, Sun, 2pm – 5pm (last admission 4pm)

Easter Sun and Mon, and Bank Holiday Mon Groups: Any day throughout the year by appointment (Minimum charge for out of hours group £180)

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