Ernest Barnsley and the Cotswold group of craftsmen built
and furnished Rodmarton Manor for Claud and Margaret Biddulph.
Most of the furniture was specially made for the house, either
in the Rodmarton workshops, or made by Sidney Barnsley, Edward
Barnsley or Peter Waals. There is also furniture and pottery
designed by Alfred and Louise Powell, leadwork and brass designed
by Norman Jewson and iron work by Fred and Frank Baldwin.
Rodmarton was described by C.R. Ashbee thus, "The English
Arts and Crafts Movement at it's best is here."
Rodmarton Manor is 0.5 miles north of the A433, between Cirencester
9th May to 29th August, Wednesday, Saturday and Bank Holiday
Open 14.00 to 17.00
Adult £3.00, child free