STONOR, Henley-on-Thames, RG9 6HF
The house dates back to 1190 but features a Tudor fašade. It has a medieval Catholic chapel which is still in use today, and shows some of the earliest domestic architecture in Oxfordshire. Its treasures include rare furniture, paintings, sculptures and tapestries from Britain, Europe and America. The house is set in beautiful gardens with commanding views of the surrounding deer park. Special events June to August.
Tel: 01491 638587
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House £10 (ch 5-16 £5, under 5 free). Gardens only £5 (ch 5-16 £2.50, under 5 free). Private guided tours £11 each by appointment Tue-Thu
Open 5 Apr-27 Sep, Sun 12-5.30
Jun-Aug, also Wed-Thu 12-5.30
BH Mon. Groups by appointment Tue-Thu, Apr-Sep
Average visit 3hrs
Dogs not allowed in house & formal garden
Assist dogs allowed all areas.
On B480, approx 5m N of Henley-on-Thames