Severn Bank is an early 19th-century country house in the Gothick style built for Lord Deerhurst, the heir to the Earl of Coventry, as part of the Croome estate. There are several ornamental buildings and features. The property was used as a retreat for fishing parties.
An earlier house and boat house were recorded in the 1770s. The present house dates from the early 19th century.
Wall, Belvedere, Gate Lodge, Gateway
- Access & Directions
DirectionsEight miles north of Tewkesbury via the A38.
- Severn Stoke