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Stonor Park & Gardens, Henley-on-Thames

Categories: Architectural Buildings, Tourist Spots
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4.2/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web
Stonor Park is an historic country house and private deer park situated in a valley in the Chiltern Hills at Stonor, about 4mi north of Henley-on-Thames in Oxfordshire, England, close to the county boundary with Buckinghamshire. The house has a 12th-century private chapel. The remains of a prehistoric stone circle are in the grounds. It is the ancestral home and seat of the Stonor family, Baron Camoys. The current Lord Camoys is Ralph Stonor, 7th Baron Camoys.SettingThe house nestles in the Chiltern Hills. Behind the main house, there is a walled garden in an Italianate style on a rising slope, providing good views. Around the house is a park with a herd of fallow deer. Around the park are Almshill Wood, Balham's Wood and Kildridge Wood. The house and garden are open to the public.
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  • Amazing place, fantasic helpful staff. Really enjoyed the talk we had on The Living Daylights being filmed there. Beautiful weather! 
  • I arranged for a group of 50 people to have a guided tour of the house on a day when the venue is closed to the public. Everything worked like clockwork and the staff were helpful & efficient througho...  read more »
  • We drove through the impressive grounds to the ticket office, I went inside and politely asked for some information about prices and what there was to see, to be greeted by an unfriendly woman who com...  read more »
  • This ancient house is the seat of the Camoys family, one if the great Catholic families of England. I come here regularly to a vintage car rally that is held each summer but only visited the house in 2015 for the first time, much to my shame. Well worth a look. Priests hidey holes, persecution of the Catholics by Henry VIII, lots of history and the development of the property from a long barn to the wonderful house you see today.
  • Lovely place to go for a walk. Delightful house.
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