Euridge House sits on the edge of the village of Castle Combe, on the borders of Somerset and Wiltshire, in the heart in the Cotswolds – and on the grounds of famous explorer Sir Walter Raleigh’s old hunting lodge.
The building as it is now was designed by master garden designers and builders Isabel and Julian Bannerman as part of a monastery-inspired transformation of the Wiltshire farmhouse at the heart of the estate. The project was lovingly curated by John Robinson, who has owned and lived in the property for four decades. Every step, scent, and stone was hand-picked from different corners of the world to create a space that tells a captivating story in every season of the year.
We are delighted to open our family home to the public as a space for unique, exciting, meaningful celebrations, and we can’t wait to meet you.