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Upton House & Gardens

BANBURY, OX15 6HT

Upton House is a 17th-century house that was the country residence of Lord and Lady Bearsted during the 1930s, and is set among stunning terraced gardens. Inside you will find plenty of evidence of their wealthy lifestyle, including sparkling art deco interiors, masterpieces by Bosch, El Greco and Stubbs, iconic Sèvres tableware and 18th-century Chelsea figures. On the south terrace you can see the work of Lady Bearsted's friend and garden designer, Kitty Lloyd Jones. Stroll down the sweeping lawn and the terraced Mediterranean banks, and relax by the mirror pool. There is also a kitchen garden which is being restored to its 1930s condition.

Further information

Tel: 01295 670266
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National Trust

Prices

£10.45 (ch £5.15). Family £26.05

Opening times

House, gardens & grounds open Mar-Oct, Fri-Wed 11-5 (house 1-5)
Nov-Feb, Fri-Mon 12-4
Average visit 2hrs

Facilities

Parking.
Café.

Dogs

Dogs not allowed on site

Assist dogs allowed all areas.

Accessibility

Partly accessible. Steps in the gardens & house
Accessibility guide available
Toilets.

Upton House & Gardens

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Directions

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M40 junct 12, on A422, 7m NW of Banbury, 12m SE of Stratford

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