Stately Homes

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    Windsor Castle

    (Castle, 14.5 miles from Marlow)

    The world famous Windsor Castle was built 900 years ago for William The Conqueror, and much enlarged over the years is still an official residence of the Queen. Windsor 01753 831118

    www.royalcollection.org.uk/visit/windsorcastle

    Cliveden House

    (Taplow 8 miles from Marlow) 

    National Trust gardens and riverside walks, ideal for a picnic. The mansion house itself is now a hotel, and was once home to Nancy Astor – Britain’s first woman MP. Also known as the site of the “Profumo” scandal.

    www.nationaltrust.org.uk/main/w-cliveden

    West Wycombe Park

    West Wycombe Park

    (West Wycombe 6.5 miles from Marlow)

    18th Century mansion in landscaped parkland (National Trust property) 01494 755571

    www.nationaltrust.org.uk/main/w-westwycombepark

    The Hell Fire Caves

    (West Wycombe 6.5 miles from Marlow)

    Unique caves created in the 1750s by Sir Francis Dashwood where, according to tradition, members of the notorious Hellfire Club met. They consist of a long winding passage that leads past various small chambers and the Great Hall. There is a commentary and the history is depicted by life-size figures in period dress. High Wycombe. 01494 533739

    www.hellfirecaves.co.uk

    Greys Court

    Hughenden Manor

    (Hughenden 7 miles from Marlow)

    High Wycombe Victorian Gothic home of former Prime Minister, Disraeili.

    A National Trust Property. 01494 755565

    www.nationaltrust.org.uk/main/w-hughendenmanor

    Greys Court

    (Rotherfield Greys, Henley 10 miles from Marlow)

    Intriguing Tudor Manor with 14th-century fortifications, with ornamental gardens set within medieval walls.

    Henley, 01491 628529

    https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/greys-court

    Waddesdon Manor

    Stonor

    (Stonor 7 miles from Marlow)

    One of England’s oldest manor houses, situated in one of the most beautiful settings. The house, garden, old hall tea room & gift shop are open Sundays from April until the end of September. The park, with its herd of fallow deer, is also open by way of a public footpath throughout the year, from where there are stunning views of both the house and surrounding countryside.

    www.stonor.com

    Waddesdon Manor

    (Waddesdon 33 miles from Marlow)

    Magnificent house and grounds in the style of a 16th-century French chateau with  Playground and wildlife trail, Landscaped park with shady walks, beautiful panoramas, fountains and grottoes 01296 653211.

    www.waddesdon.org.uk