Severn Manor
Severn Manor
Severn Manor
Severn Manor
Severn Manor
Severn Manor
Severn Manor
Severn Manor
Severn Manor
Severn Manor
Severn Manor
Severn Manor
Severn Manor
Severn Manor
Severn Manor
Severn Manor
Severn Manor
Severn Manor
Severn Manor
Severn Manor
Severn Manor
Severn Manor
Severn Manor
Severn Manor
Severn Manor
Severn Manor
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Severn Manor

A magical 12 bedroom property, set in Worcestershire countryside, steeped in history boasting a number of period fireplaces, billiard room and formal drawing room.

  • Sleeps 22
  • Beds 12
  • Baths 6

The main house sleeps 22 people. If fully occupied, price per person per night is usually between £25 and £121.

Severn Manor is a glorious picture-perfect setting for your wedding, including a large rose Tudor maze and breath-taking views of the rolling Malvern Hills; providing an unrivalled setting for a drinks reception on the Victorian terrace.

  • Indoors 90
  • Capacity 150

Additional fees may be applied for events; please enquire for details.

Worcestershire

Oakhampton House, Redhouse Lane, Dunley, DY13 0TZ

  • Weekends

    £3,000 - £8,000

  • Full Weeks

    £3,800 - £10,000

Severn Manor is a beautiful English manor house with original period features, classic furnishings, and modern amenities that combine to provide a lavish setting for your large family vacation and celebrations for up to 28 guests.

A gated entrance leads to the front of the house, with views over the Worcestershire landscape. Inside, you enter the grand reception hall with a massive fireplace, oak floors and deep red flock wallpaper.

Off the main reception hall is the Oak Room and Formal Drawing Room, with magnificent carved oak fireplaces and a baby piano in the Drawing Room. The Snug is located next to the Drawing Room with the same rich red hues as the Drawing room, giving it the feel of a Victorian ‘Card Room’ and a tiled inner hall leads to the main staircase.

Both the Breakfast Room and Formal Dining Room have wonderful views over the garden and just off the Dining Room is a door leading to the Orangery,

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House Facts

Severn Manor stands on the site of an ancient settlement and it was bought in 1827 by Henry Crane who built the present house a year later. In the 1840s, Henry Crane took the opportunity to update the property when he married Jane Miriam Havergal.

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