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Upton House, Banbury

Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4.5/5 based on 700+ reviews on the web
Different than other popular country houses, Upton House thrived in the 1930s. A venue for lavish weekend parties, Lord Bearstead remodeled the house to be a millionaire’s ideal country getaway. Try your hand at a game of pool or play the large grand piano. Ask the staff about the extensive art collection. Stroll through the sprawling, thriving gardens. Enjoy a picnic on the lawn or order a meal from the restaurant--they use ingredients sourced directly from the gardens. Parking is free, but no pets are allowed. Add Upton House to your Banbury travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Banbury vacation trip planner.
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  • Spent a lovely morning here with my toddler looking for the Gruffalo in the forest trail and exploring the veg/ fruit gardens. Very good/ friendly cafe for lunch too. Will be back to explore the house...  read more »
  • Never had to pay to enter a national trust garden (I've visited 3 or 4 previously) so that was a surprise. The gardens themselves are beautiful and the tour of the house is good. The tea room/resterau...  read more »
  • We spent the weekend at Epwell and visited Upton House on Saturday afternoon to view the 1940s exhibition. This was well presented and interesting. The gardens were lovely but we did feel that dogs on...  read more »
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