Wythall is a half-timbered, 16th century, Tudor Manor House. The estate sits in 28 acres of land, comprised of large gardens, vineyards, woodland and outbuildings located in rural Herefordshire. Wythall Estate is privately owned and has been since it was built circa 1520.
Situated at the bottom of a valley, we are fortunate enough to benefit from the most amazing morning light year-round with several south facing rooms which catch this light.
The vineyards cover 3.5 acres of south and north facing slopes which capture magnificent sunlight. A freshwater stream meanders its way through our vineyards surrounded but the sights and sounds of nature with mature woodland, fruitful hedgerows and colourful meadows creating a beautiful setting in which to grow vines. Fruit is present on the vines from mid summer until late September.
The gardens at Wythall are bucolic. A fresh water lake is the focal point of a well-kept and large front garden with also features several large specimen trees, colourful flower beds, large rhododendron and the backdrop of the Manor House and fields beyond.
The back garden is more wild and overgrown and posses several unique features including a romantic waterfall and wooden bridge, huge centuries old yew trees and a large azalea tree with provides the most magnificent wall of pink flowers in May through to June.
The woodland at Wythall is mature with numerous ancient trees. In spring the woodland floor is a wash with wild garlic and bluebells whilst the canopy casts pretty dappled shape. The woodland leads straight into vineyards and meadows.