Belcombe Court, Belcombe Road, Bradford-on-Avon BA15 1LZ. Call 07834 896 823


Belcome is a 
 stunning Grade I listed Georgian house.

Originally built in 1700 Belcombe was altered considerably in 1734 by architect John Wood the Elder, one of the best know architects of the day, who was famous for designing many of the finest buildings in Bath.

Today a private home, Belcombe stands in 60 acres of formal gardens, parkland and woodland. The attention-to-detail throughout the property is what makes Belcombe so captivating. The oak doors are thick, the coved ceilings and moulded cornices draw your eyes upwards, whilst the brickwork creates a rich tapestry throughout the estate.

A family home lovingly restored from its classical origins.

Blending classic
 and contemporary

Decorated by the current owners, Paul and Caroline Weiland, inside the house is a blend of classic and contemporary, with an eclectic mix of antique and modern furnishings.

From 18th century origins to a 21st century private home, Belcombe has been gently evolving for over 250 years. Sympathetically restored, the elegant interiors honour the history of the house. Wood fires crackle in gorgeously furnished sitting rooms, whilst checkerboard floors of cream and black stone gleam under chandeliers and sconces of crystal.

There are eight beautifully distinctive bedrooms, situated in the main house. Each offer a different aspect and connection to the grounds. With big sash windows bringing the outside in, giving a relaxed and cosy atmosphere.

The John Wood Suite
Two double bedrooms sharing an oversized panelled bathroom with roll top bath. Voted cosiest country bedroom by Tatler Magazine

Weavers Room
En-suite double vaulted room with walk-in shower

En-suite double room with walk-in mosaic dovecote shower

Green Room
Double room with separate bathroom

Pink Room
Double room overlooking the courtyard with separate bathroom 

Three bunkbeds and or one double bed depending on preferred set-up with separate bathroom

The Loft Room
A room with four single beds, in the eaves with exposed wooden beams and a separate bathroom


Cottage Orne dates back to a movement of 18th century ‘rustic’ stylised cottages during the romantic movement.


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