National Trust - Greys Court

Greys CourtPhotographer: Hugh Mothersole

A picturesque house with a lived-in atmosphere and gorgeous gardens, Greys Court is a gem of a place in beautiful surroundings to enjoy with your family and friends.

Brief Introduction to Greys Court

A patchwork of history that is slowly discovered through a series of walled courtyards, past outbuildings and medieval towers. There have been buildings on the site since the 11th century. It was originally inhabited by the de Grey family who gave it their name, Greys Court. The earliest part of the original structure that you can still see today is the wall adjoining the Great Tower which dates from the late 11th century or early 12th century.

Sir Felix and Lady Brunner bought the estate in 1937; they restored the house and rescued the gardens from dereliction. They created a place of beauty and serenity, as well as a comfortable family home. Spend time losing yourself in the tranquillity of Greys Court; take a walk through the woodlands guided by one of our estate walks, be inspired by the gardens, delight in the house. Afterwards enjoy a delicious lunch or afternoon tea from the Cowshed and pick up a gift in the Woodshed.

For more information about opening times, facilities and what’s on visit us at Greys Court