Frampton on Severn is a truly historic place and the history of the village, the Estate and the Clifford family have always been closely entwined.
The village lies close to the east bank of the River Severn in Gloucestershire, on the edge of the Cotswolds, and is well known for its traditional rural scene and its bustling village life, summer cricket on the Green and Frampton Country Fair in the autumn.
The Clifford family have diversified from farming in recent years and now offer a host of wonderful places to stay and visit on the Estate.
Staying at Frampton Court
Guests at Frampton Court enjoy the splendour of staying in this stunning Grade 1 listed 18th century house, which has been lived in by the Clifford family since it was built in 1730.
Until recently the magnificent Frampton Court was lived in by Rollo Clifford's mother Henriette, and visitors love the homely, 'lived-in' feel of the house and its beautiful interiors.
Guests have full use of many of the superb principal rooms in the house: arriving up the magnificent stone steps, sitting in front of a log fire in the stunning panelled Hall and relaxing in the pretty 'Frampton Flora' Morning Room.
The bedrooms are perfect examples of Georgian refinement, and are light and elegant with fabulous views across The Park to the lake or across the huge front lawn to the village green.
They are beautifully furnished with fine period furniture and exquisite examples of the lovely Frampton Flora watercolours, as well as deliciously comfortable beds and their own bathrooms.
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