one of England’s oldest manor houses

Stonor Park and Manor House

Introduction

One of England’s oldest manor houses, situated in one of the most beautiful settings, owned by the same family of the same faith for 850 years.


In the house, see the unique variety of beautiful rooms, view fine works of art including paintings by old Italian Masters and learn about the unusual architectural development of the house and the fascinating history of the Stonor family over the last eight centuries. Visit the quiet calm of the thirteenth century family chapel attached to the house. Wander in the walled Italianate garden and enjoy spectacular views of the Chilterns from the former kitchen garden.

Stonor is open to the public in 2011 at the times and on the dates shown below:

Sundays (5 April to 20 September inclusive)
Bank Holiday Mondays
Wednesdays (July and August only)

The Gardens and Chapel open at 1.00pm and the House, along with the Tea Room and Gift Shop open at 2.00pm. Last entry to the house is 4.30pm.

Groups (minimum 20) are welcome by appointment on Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday, between 6 April and 18 September. 

The Chapel is open to the public for Mass as follows: 10.30am every Sunday and Holy Days of Obligation.

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.

Click HERE to visit the Stonor Park website.

Last Updated: 28 Apr 2015


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