P Morley Horder was one of a group of early twentieth century architects who were highly influential in re-introducing the romantic vernacular styles of the Elizabethan period. Many of his homes were in the style of Edwin Lutyens, having gables, stone dressings, mullioned windows and inglenooks. Take a stroll around 10 acres of grounds and stunning gardens consisting of manicured lawns, neatly trimmed hedges and seasonal flower displays arranged into six distinct areas, including the Old English rose gardens, the pond garden with its original stone paths and the herb garden, where a range of produce is grown year-round for use in Mallory’s kitchens.
Our well established, well stocked kitchen gardens are very much a part of Mallory Court’s identity. We love nothing more than to be able to use fresh, seasonal ingredients and chef and his team work closely with our head gardener to steer what is grown in order to keep the menus fresh and exciting. Take a walk through the grounds at any time of year and you'll find a wealth of fresh produce growing from figs and soft fruits to herbs, salads, root vegetables and more exotic and hard to grow offering such as artichokes and asparagus.
Mallory Court is found in the heart of Shakespeare’s England and on the doorstep of many of England’s best loved attractions. Our closest town is Warwick with its cobbled streets and magnificent castle steeped in history, whilst Royal Leamington Spa offers up stunning Regency architecture, scenic parks and boutique shopping. A mere ten minutes away is Stratford-upon-Avon, the birthplace of William Shakespeare. Within the town you can visit his birthplace. The countryside to the south of Mallory Court holds the Cotswolds, with its beautiful honey coloured stone and thatched properties giving a quintessential English feel.