Grittleton House

About Grittleton House

Located in the South West of England, just minutes from Junction 17 of the M4, Grittleton House is a gorgeous English Manor set in stunning grounds. The original Manor House was built in 1660, and took the form of a three bay Jacobean Manor. It wasn't until 1828 when the Estate was purchased by Sir Joseph Neeld, a London solicitor that many of the changes started to evolve. Sir Joseph was lucky enough to inherit a large fortune from his silvermith uncle, which enabled him to redesign the house to represent that which you still see today.

Conferences and Events at Grittleton House

With more than 30 years experience, the dedicated team at Grittleton House knows what it takes to host the perfect event. From indoor or outdoor team building activities, board meetings, staff training or larger conferences, Grittleton House will work with you to ensure your event is unique and special. Day delegate rates include refreshments on arrival, a buffet lunch, afternoon tea, room hire and use of the grounds. Please contact us on for prices and more information.

Group Tours to Grittleton House

We work with tour operators, clubs and associations to organise group outings. Often these are paired with afternoon tea at Grittleton House. Whether it's a traditional style full afternoon tea, or a lighter cream tea, this venue does not disappoint. Enjoy your time at Grittleton House dining on the terrace overlooking the Italian gardens. Or in the colder months, relax in the Red or Yellow galleries with a roaring fire to keep you warm. Weather permitting, you may like to wander the grounds and explore this stunning manor house. Please contact us on for prices and more information.
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