Baddesley Clinton Hall Moated Site and Fishponds


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Baddesley Clinton: mid c15 manor house built by John Brome and his son Nicholas then passed to the Ferrers family through marriage in 1517
Baddesley Clinton: entrance on the mid c15 north side with Queen Anne bridge leading to projecting porch; large Elizabethan windows
Baddesley Clinton: inner court from the west; brick east range containing Great Hall; star shaped chimneys
Baddesley Clinton: fireplace now in Great Hall, flanked by figures in Elizabethan costume; carved achievement of arms of Ferrers quartering Brome, Hampden & White
Baddesley Clinton: coloured glass in Great Hall with c16 armorials of Ferrers and connections by marriage
Baddesley Clinton: glass in Hall depicting Ferrers-Brome marriage
Baddesley Clinton: replica of Priest Hole probably built by St Nicholas Owen (ex.1606)

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Data Source

English Heritage

County Council

Warwickshire County Council

District Council

Warwick District Council


Baddesley Clinton

Parliamentary Constituency

Kenilworth and Southam

Grid Reference

SE199199 (419937, 271505)

WGS84 Coordinates

52.3409, -1.70733

Nearest Postcode

B93 0DG

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