This impressive Grade I listed timber-framed Jacobean house contains a 17th century drawing room with a superb plaster ceiling and many good portraits including works by Kneller, Lely and Vereist. It is surrounded by a wonderful Stuart garden created in around 1680, and many of the plants were chosen by Jane Frewen. Today Brickwall House is owned by the Frewen Educational Trust which is kindly allowing us private access to view the house and grounds.
N.B. This visit to Brickwall House is now fully booked. Please email if you would like to be added to a waiting list.