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Chastleton House

CHASTLETON, GL56 0SU

Built between 1607 and 1612, by a prosperous wool merchant, this is one of England's finest and most complete Jacobean houses. Chastleton House is filled with a mixture of rare and everyday objects, furniture and textiles maintaining the atmosphere of this 400-year-old home. The gardens have a typical Elizabethan and Jacobean layout with a ring of topiary, two croquet lawns and a kitchen garden. The National Trust has focussed on conserving rather than restoring the house and garden, reflecting an atmosphere of romantic decline. There is no tea room or shop, and all entries are on a timed ticket basis. See website for details.

Further information

Tel: 01608 674981
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National Trust

Prices

House & Garden: £10.50 (ch £5.50). Family £27. Garden only: £4 (ch £2.50). Family £10. NT Members free

Opening times

Open Wed-Sun, Mar & Oct 1-4 & Apr-Sep 1-5 (last entry 1hr before close). Dec, Sat-Sun 11-3
Average visit 2hrs

Facilities

Parking.

Dogs

Dogs not allowed in gardens

Assist dogs allowed all areas.

Accessibility

Partly accessible. Access restricted to lower floor & gardens
Visual material on ground floor, introductory video
Toilets.

Chastleton House

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Directions

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6m from Stow-on-the-Wold. Approach from A436 towards Chipping Norton

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