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Frampton Court is a stunning seven bedroom Baroque and Palladian house set within an extensive grade I listed park and garden with views across to the large lake, which attracts a wide variety of waterfowl.
Frampton Court was built between 1730 and 1733 by Richard Clutterbuck, possibly to designs by the Bristol architect John Strahan who was a pupil of Sir John Vanbrugh. Richard, who had made his fortune as Head of the Customs House in Bristol, had inherited Frampton from his father William Clutterbuck who had been given the Estate by his grandfather John Clifford in 1684.
The house displays a magnificent mixture of Baroque and Palladian architectural styles and is built of fine Bath stone. The principal rooms are at first floor level, no doubt testament to Frampton’s very high water table as well as the architectural fashion of the time. The interiors are described by Pevsner as, ‘lavish… with joinery of the highest quality’. The Hall, Dining Room and Drawing Room are fitted with exquisitely worked oak and pine panelling, and the magnificent oak and holly staircase is accompanied by a very unusual matching dog-gate.
The architectural splendour of Frampton Court is complimented by an outstanding collection of contemporary 18th century furniture and furnishings. The exquisite Frampton Flora watercolours are on display throughout the house. Painted by Clifford aunts and nieces in the mid-19th century, they are a fantastic record of the local flora in and around Frampton, and the artistic talent of the Clifford ladies.
Frampton Court is set within a private three acre garden that then leads onto a 30 acre Grade I listed park and a 50 acre lake, which attracts a wide variety of waterfowl.
The five principle bedrooms are made up as follows, with the two secondary bedrooms ideal for children or your staff:
The Tapestry Room
The bedroom is elegant and comfortable, and the handsome fourposter bed with its embroidered hangings is contemporary with the house. There is an ensuite bathroom, with bath and grand views over the front lawn.
The Clifford Room
This lovely, spacious bedroom is beautifully furnished with contemporary 18th century furniture and Frampton Flora watercolours. The bedroom is flooded with light, and there is a fantastic panoramic view across The Park to the lake. There is an ensuite bathroom, with bath and separate shower and a pretty view to the unusual 18th century dovecote.
The Flora Room
The highlight of this very pretty bedroom is the exquisite 18th century fireplace with its original blue and white Bristol Delft tiles. The bedroom is gorgeously light and airy and Frampton Flora water-colours hang on the walls. There is an ensuite bathroom, with bath and separate shower, and lovely views across the north end of The Park and The Orangery. The room is available with a double or twin beds.
The Wallington Room
This elegant bedroom is panelled throughout, including the bathroom, with exquisite woodwork. The room is furnished with fine pieces of furniture and is available with a double or twin beds. The views are across the romantic front lawn and village green. The room has a pretty en suite bathroom with bath.
The Clutterbuck Room
This lovely bedroom is decorated with Frampton Flora water-colours on the walls and has stunning views across The Park. The grand fourposter bed is hung with original Jacobean fabrics and the highlight of the room is the double-ended slipper bath; lie in the bath and enjoy the views at the same time. There is a basin and bathtub in the room itself with a separate, but private, toilet across the corridor.