Stately Homes, Castles and Gardens to Visit in Oxfordshire

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Showing 9 properties in Oxfordshire

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Ardington House - Oxfordshire
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Built in 1720, a fine early Georgian, symmetrical brick manor house. Hall with imperial staircase and panelled Dining Room. Tastefully restored by the Baring family and hung with their own family portraits.

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Blenheim Palace - Oxfordshire
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Blenheim Palace is home to the 12th Duke and Duchess of Marlborough and birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill. A true masterpiece of 18th Century Baroque architecture, Blenheim Palace delivers an awe-inspiring experience for visitors. Discover the beauty of... read more
Broughton Castle - Oxfordshire
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Moated medieval manor house of 14th century, enlarged in the 16th, and home of the Fiennes family, Lords Saye and Sele. Many medieval rooms survive, including the chapel and a whole suite of remarkably intact Elizabethan interiors. James I slept in the Ki... read more
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Beautiful 1660s manor house remodelled in early 1700s in red brick with stone facings. Cantilevered staircase and finely proportioned panelled rooms.

Features: Set in mature parkland and gardens, largely created by Miss Marlie Raphael betwe... read more
Stonor Park - Oxfordshire
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NB this property does not offer free access to HHA Friends and Members.

Set deep in the Chilterns in a hilly deer park with mature beeches, the house of the Stonor family since 1150, with the continually used 14th century Catholic ch... read more
Sulgrave Manor - Oxfordshire
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Sulgrave Manor is a Grade I Tudor house, built in in 1539 and extended in the 18th century. Built by Lawrence Washington, ancestor of America’s first President George Washington, it was occupied by four generations of his family until 1657. The garden was... read more
Yarnton Manor - Oxfordshire
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Built by Sir Thomas Spencer in 1611, Yarnton Manor is a Grade II* listed manor house that has benefited from a significant and sympathetic restoration in 1895. Notable features include the grand entrance hall and half-length Long Gallery, both wood-panell... read more
Cote Manor House - Oxfordshire
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An Elizabethan manor house with parts dating back to the 13th century, set in 7 acres of gardens including a moat, a lake, a formal garden, woodland garden, knot garden and secret garden. read more
Hook Norton Brewery - Oxfordshire
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Brewing since 1849, Hook Norton Brewery is a proudly independent family owned, fifth generation brewery based in the heart of the Cotswold Hills that takes the very best of its handcrafted brewing heritage and combines it with a thoroughly modern approach... read more