This is the most striking bedroom, with the breath-taking eighteenth century tapestry, made by skilled Huguenot refugees from France. The bedroom is beautifully elegant and comfortable. The handsome fourposter bed has embroidered hangings, which is also contemporary with the house. The ensuite bathroom commands grand views over the front lawn.
This room is named after Richard Clutterbuck who built the present Frampton Court in the 1730s. 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, but the highlight of the room is the double-ended slipper bath that overlooks the Court gardens, parkland and lakes as far as the eye can see! There is a porcelain basin in the room too, with the loo a short walk across the landing.
Named after the family, this spacious bedroom is beautifully furnished with contemporary eighteenth century furniture and Frampton Flora watercolours. The bedroom is flooded with light and has a fantastic panoramic view across The Park to the lake. There is an ensuite bathroom, with bath, basin, separate shower and loo, and a pretty view to the dovecote.
Whilst this lovely bedroom is available with an option of super king or twin beds, undoubtedly the highlight is the exquisite eighteenth century fireplace with its original blue and white Bristol Delft tiles. With views looking east over the Park, the room is gorgeously light and airy, and is adorned with Frampton Flora water-colours painted by the Clifford ladies. There is an ensuite bathroom, with bath, basin, separate shower and loo.
One of our newly transformed rooms, immersed in scenes of climbing floral plants and stunning birds, along with the soft, pastel tones which exude peacefulness and tranquillity. The calming colours continue through to the bathroom where views across the Park can be enjoyed from the elegant slipper bath. The bathroom also features a beautifully tiled hidden soaker shower to add a bit of fun! The room is named after Rosamund Clifford, or ‘Fair Rosamund’, who was famed for her beauty as well as her affair with one of the Kings of England.
This room is beautifully simple yet refreshing, with its panelled walls and deliciously striking “Wild Thing” wall hanging. Guests have the choice of two single beds or a double, and the room is serviced by the Blue Bathroom across the landing. The room is named after our adventurous ancestor Percy Pilcher, the Victorian pioneer aviator who dedicated his life to the invention of unpowered aircraft – a true pioneer!
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, basin and loo.