Leigh Court is a Grade II* listed mansion house built in 1814 from Bath stone. Externally, it follows the graceful Palladian architectural style, while inside the bold Greek Revival style is complemented by striking 19th century decor.
From the M32. Keep you eyes peeled on the sign posts! When the motorway ends (becomes the A4032)
follow signs for A4044, at the first roundabout take the second exit onto the B4051. At the next
roundabout take the 3rd exit (A4018). At the next roundabout take the first exit (B3129). At the next
roundabout take the second exit (B3129).
Turn right (Regents Street), then turn left (Beaufort Buildings). Continue following the B3129. Turn
right onto Church Road, then left onto North Road, then turn right onto Abbots Leigh Road (A369). Now
follow signposts towards Abbots Leigh. The venue is just past the town on the right-hand side.
Fron the M5. Take junction 19 (A369), the entrance way is on the left side just before Abbots