Broadfield Court

Restoration and repurposing of Broadfield Court, a Grade II Listed country house, dating back to the 14th century. It is surrounded by a typically rural landscape and agricultural fields used for farming.  

Restore and Repurpose

We worked closely with the building owners and the Local Authority’s Historic Building Officer, in order to restore and repurpose Broadfield Court, to create a luxury Herefordshire Wedding and events venue. Restoration of the building’s barrel vaulted timber roof, reconfiguring the internal layout to provide en-suite facilities to the guest rooms, installing new heating and drainage and refurbishing the buildings interior. 

Highly Considered

The proposed works were highly considered to ensure any work carried out would have minimal impact upon the character of the listed building, whilst also improving the accommodations Broadfield Court has to offer. All alterations and additions that were required, was incorporated sympathetically to try to minimise the impact upon the character of the listed building.

Herefordshire’s most Desirable Wedding and Events Venue

Over all it was considered that the works were relatively small scale with localised alterations, and did not present a significant impact to the character or significance of the listed building.  Due to the sensitive nature of the build, OHA assisted the client in assembling the project team, tendering the works and overseeing construction on site. 

Broadfield Court opened its doors to customers in 2019 and is now regarded as one of Herefordshire’s most desirable wedding and events venue. 

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