Stanway House and Watermill
The house is a beautiful Jacobean manor house, located at Stanway approximately 3 miles from Winchcombe and on the Cotswold Way National Trail. The Gatehouse was built about 1630, with a 14th-century Tithe Barn and an 18th-century water-garden. The Stanway Fountain rises to over 300 feet, making it the tallest fountain in Britain, the tallest gravity fountain in the world (seconded by the Fountain of Fame in Segovia, Spain at 154 feet), and the second tallest fountain in Europe, after the 400-foot-high turbine-driven fountain in Lake Geneva.
The house will be open on Tuesday 7th June at 2pm and will then be open every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon from 2pm till 5pm until and including Tuesday 30th August.
The watermill is open the same times as the house. In addition, the watermill is open on Thursday mornings from 10am till 12noon.