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Historic home of Lord and Lady Camoys and the Stonor family for over 800 years.  
The house and garden is surrounded by a wooded deer park in a valley in the Chiltern Hills.
With its origins in the 12th century the house has architectural features of medieval Tudor and Georgian periods now with a warm red brick facade. The ancient family catholic chapel is situated alongside near the site of a pre-historic stone circle. To the rear of the house a hillside walled garden affords commanding views of the deer park. 
The historic house is also open where you can see great collections  including beautiful stained glass, old Master Drawings, European Bronzes, an early 19th century wallpaper of Paris as well as contemporary ceramics from England, Denmark, Korea & Japan. The family's catholic roots are evident and an exhibition within the Stonor House featuring the life and work of St Edmund Campion.

Stonor Park   John Leverton  
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2014 Stonor - re opens 6 April. Please click through to web site for more details of dates and times
Shop and refreshments. Not suitable for disabled because of steep landscape.

Stonor Park
Henley on Thames, Oxfordshire,
Tel 01491 638587

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