Acton Court, Latteridge Road

Acton Court, Latteridge Road, Iron Acton, Gloucestershire BS37 9TJ View on map

Seat of the Poyntzes, an influential courtier family who occupied the house until 1680 when it was converted into a farm house. A Tudor range, constructed in 1535 to accommodate King Henry VIII and Queen Anne Boleyn survives along with part of the North range. The rooms are unfurnished but contain important traces of original decoration.

Opening Arrangements

2, 9 and 16 June for National Garden Schemes. 13 to 15 September for Heritage Open Days. Further openings to be announced.

Admission Charges

  • Adult: £9
  • Child: £7 (children under 6 years old - free)
  • Other Charges: £7 concessions


On B4059. Rail: Yate (4 miles). Bus: X27 to Iron Acton.

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