Harvington Hall
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Harvington Hall
Harvington Hall

Welcome to Harvington Hall

A house of near untouched beauty hidden deep in the Worcestershire countryside.

Harvington’s history-rich interior holds enthralling tales of devotion and Catholic persecution. There are no less than seven priest hides here (more than any other house in England), as well as an impressive collection of rare Elizabethan wall paintings and many more historical tales.

Discover the house of Secrets

A Must!

Never heard of this magnificent building before, hidden away in such beautiful surroundings. My goodness, what a discovery

Ray E

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Great Visit

A beautiful house and superb grounds. We had a guided tour which was informative and entertaining with a knowledgable guide

Rachel T

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This is one location that you need to visit. Tremendous history in sublime surroundings. Lovely tea room.

Tony B.

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Hidden Jewel

Harvington Hall must be one of the most interesting of country houses with seven complete priest hides.


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Best guide ever

Simply the best guide we have ever had anywhere.

Li H

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Absolutely Superb

What a brilliant day. We’ve visited many historical houses in the past and this has been the best by far.


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2024 Opening

Harvington Hall reopens for 2024 in February

After the success of our centenary year in 2023, Harvington's programme for 2024 is set to be bigger and better than ever before! 

The Hall, garden and Coffee Shop are open Wednesday to Sunday from Saturday 10th February to Sunday 3rd November 2024. Throughout November and December we are open Saturday and Sunday only until Sunday 15th December. To book a guided tour, or to walk around as freeflow, please book by clicking on 'Book Now' alternatively call us on 01562 777846

Our Garden and Coffee Shop remain free entry (on non-event days), If you wanted to Book a table please contact the Malt House Coffee Shop.

Our 2024 events list is now on sale! (please note new events are being added regularly) 

For events, please check our ‘Events’ page, Facebook and Twitter for details.

Should you have any queries call us on 01562 777846. 

Or email harvingtonhall@rcaob.org.uk 

Harvington Hall
Harvington Hall

The Malt House Coffee Shop

In 2021 The Sticky Fig Catering Co. partnered with Harvington Hall to bring you The Malt House Coffee Shop

Taking its name from its historical use, The Malt House is an Elizabethan building that has been sympathetically converted into a small coffee shop, serving artisan coffee, sandwiches and homemade cakes from a bakery counter.

The Malt House menu has been carefully designed to use seasonal produce from local suppliers, to create simple yet comforting food.

Tom Court, owner of The Sticky Fig Catering Co. has said, ‘We hope to create a trusted, local coffee shop that champions British food and suppliers." 

Find out more about The Malt House HERE


Major roadworks near Harvington Hall February - May 2024

From Monday 19th February the A448 (Kidderminster Road) Heading from Bromsgrove to Kidderminster, between Dobes Lane and Harvington Hall Lane will be closed. This will stop all access to Harvington Hall from the Bromsgrove direction. Please enter Harvington Hall lane from the A450 Worcester Road end. Please note even though the signs say road ahead closed on Park Lane, you can still access the Hall. There is a sign saying Business open as usual. 

There will be a diversion route in place and a symbol to direct you to Harvington Hall. However, this is a very long route and can add up to 30minutes to your journey (see map on this page) We strongly advise checking your route before you travel. There are much shorter routes, however, to avoid disruption to locals we can’t advise.

If you are heading towards the Hall from Bromsgrove, please don’t approach along the A448 Kidderminster Road, otherwise you will have to turn around and come back on yourself. Please pick up the diversion route along the A38 towards the M5 North, Junction 4.

If you are approaching from the M42, please turn right at the island signposted A38 Birmingham and Stourbridge, and not left towards Bromsgrove. Keep going towards the M5, and when at the M5 motorway island take the second exit on the A491, Sandy Lane towards Stourbridge. From there you should pick up the diversion signs. Keep heading towards Stourbridge and eventually you come to a large island, turn left on the A456 towards Kidderminster. When you approach the Shell petrol station, the road forks, take the left towards Worcester A450. Keep going a few miles until you get to Harvington village.

We are extremely sorry for the inconvenience this may cause, unfortunately, this is completely out of our control.

If you have any questions regarding the road closure, please call the Hall on 01562 777846

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