Coughton Court

Historic House, Coughton Court stands in 25 acres of grounds containing some of the most beautiful gardens in the country.

Coughton Court still has many of its original features including its flamboyant sixteenth-century gate tower. It is one of the last remaining Roman Catholic houses in the country to retain its historic treasures, housing one of the very best collections of portraits and memorabilia of one family from the early Tudor times. Alongside family items on display, there are pieces such as the chemise reputedly worn by Mary Queen of Scots when she was executed and a bishop's Cope, with intricate needlework, believed to have been worked upon by Catherine of Aragon.

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Uptown Music bands have played at Coughton Court on numerous occasions. Please get in touch to find out how we can help you have the perfect music for your occasion.