• Exit the M5 at Junction 7 (Worcester South).
• Avoid Worcester Town Centre at all costs, and turn left on to the A4440 (ring road) skirting the south side of the city, following signs to the A44 and Leominster.
• After crossing a number of roundabaouts on the ring-road, at the end of the A4440 turn left on the A44, again following signs to Leominster. You have approximately 7 miles to go from this point.
• Staying on the A44, you will pass through the village of Broadwas and then cross the river at the village of Knightwick. As you exit Knightwick, the road climbs a gentle hill, and then descends down the other side. On the descent you will see a sign on your left marking the county border with Hereford. Immediately in front of this sign turn left on to the narrow lane. Although unmarked, locals know this as Gaines Road. (Should you reach the village of Bromyard on the A44, you’ve missed this key turn and will need to double back!)
• Proceed up this lane for roughly 1/3rd mile until it makes a sharp right-hand bend. At this point you will see our entrance on the left.
• Drive through the gates and then continue straight ahead – this will take you directly to the car park at the back of the house.
If coming by train, either of Worcester's two mainline rail stations will serve equally well: "Worcester Shrub Hill" or "Worcester Foregate Street".
If you’re travelling alone or with a friend or two we'll do out best to come and meet you. Just let us know what train you're on, and we'll send one of our team to pick you up for the 10 mile drive out to the countryside where our manor house sits.