Baddesley Clinton Hall
SP 199-715 West Midlands England
Baddesley Clinton Hall was originally a 13th century fortified manor house, founded by Thomas de Clinton. The rectangular platform encased by a wide revetted moat, now supports the remains of a 15th century stone quadrangular strong house, founded by the Brome family. The east range is flanked by a two storey gatehouse, with four gunloops but the original hall in the north range has disappeared. To the north and north east are the linear depressions and undulations of The Forecourt, medieval building ranges, which were dismantled during the early 18th century. 7 miles south-east is Warwick Castle and 8 miles north-west is Hobs Moat.
Baddesley Clinton Hall is located north of Rowington Green, off Rising Lane. 15 miles south-east of Birmingham, on the A34-A4141.
The site is owned by The National Trust and is open, Tuesday to Sunday and Bank Holiday Mondays February to December 11:00-5:00pm.
There is a car park.