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National Trust Cliveden, Taplow

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Historic Site
With panoramic views of the River Thames, National Trust Cliveden provides an example of one of the world's finest luxury hotels. About 152 hectares (376 acres) of pristine countryside surround this stately home. Located close to London, the house provides a country getaway close to the city. Dine in style at chef Andre Garret's gourmet restaurant. Find the boathouse and take a cruise down the Thames, and in summer months try the afternoon champagne cruise. Explore the extensive gardens featuring multiple works of art, famously the "Fountain of Love," or get lost in the garden maze. Make National Trust Cliveden a centerpiece of your Taplow vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Taplow trip itinerary planner.
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  • I took my granddaughter and met some of her school friends here for the day. It was a glorious sunny day, with just enough breeze to make it comfortable. There is so much for a group of seven year old...  more »
  • Cliveden is a nice day out. The gardens are good and there's an especially nice walk by the river. Dogs are banned from the central bit, which is too bad for them, but nice for those of us without dog...  more »
  • I was charged entry fee of £13 just to walk around the gardens. I had not realised they had included the gift aid amount on top of the normal entry fee and failed to tell me. I find this dishonest and...  more »
  • An impressive building surrounded by stunning walks through woods and along the waterfront. The gardens are well maintained and the facilities are great. All of this is accompanied by friendly staff, allowing for a great day out!
  • Amazing space, acres and acres of greenery, swathes of woodland to explore besides the water garden and the formal house gardens. Very nice, well maintained National Trust property. As the Thames runs beside this property, you can also take advantage of the river cruises when available. Highly recommended. Ample parking space available. Kids would love to be here with so much of open space. There are also restaurants on site.
  • Magnificent house and Gardens. After many visits and miles of lovely walks I still go back for more! Very busy on a sunny Sunday. Exquisite.
  • Great day out. Beautiful grounds and brilliant maze. Picnic along the river Thames.
  • Lovely grounds and great views for the house and the Thames. Shame the car parking is so conflicted, the exiting traffic gets caught up with the arriving.