Witley Court, the Church and the tea rooms are all on one site but can be reached in the following ways:
Turn off the A443 Worcester Road at either of the Court’s former lodge houses (Worcester Lodge and Stourport Lodge). The private, unmade road runs from one lodge to the other. Don’t be put off by the uneven surface! Halfway along you’ll find the Court, Church and Garden Tea Rooms. There is some parking available.
AT THE MOMENT THE TRACK FROM THE STOURPORT LODGE END IS IN A VERY POOR STATE IN ONE PARTICULAR PLACE. IT IS PASSABLE WITH CARE. YOU MAY PREFER TO USE THE TRACK FROM WORCESTER LODGE END TURNING IN AT THE BLUE PRIVATE ROAD SIGN.
Entry to the Court (English Heritage) can be made here or at the Visitors’ Centre.
Entry to the Church (and of course the tea rooms) is free.
On the A443 Worcester Road between Little and Great Witley is the Court visitors’ centre run by English Heritage. Here there is a large car park, and visitors can walk through the gardens to the Court itself, the Church and the Tea Rooms.