Stonor Park has been the historic family home of the Stonor family, for over 850 years - making it one of the oldest family homes still lived in today. When you visit, you will see why.
The historic building and sweeping grounds are breath taking. And the family collection of art and artefacts is vast. This work by St. Edmunc Camion can be seen here where he was given refuge in 1581. And outside sits the houses oldest resident: a perfectly preserved prehistoric stone circle.
Drink and food is served in The Stonor Pantry - a vibrant cafe situated in our medieval hall. Throughout the parklands, native wildlife, including Fallow Deer, Red Kites, Ravens and Buzzards flourishes. And mass is still celebrated every Sunday in the 14th Century chapel.
Stonor Park is an electric celebration of life, time and creativity - a source of inspiration, enjoyment and discovery.
Stonor Park also has a Wedding Venue:
Information on Stonor Park , Stonor , Henley-on-Thames
|Opening Times:||House: 27 March to 25 Sep 2016, Sun and Bank Holiday Mon. Also June, Jul & Aug Wed & Thur. Aug, Sat. Sept, Wed. 13:30-17:30. Last entry 16:30. Gardens, Chapel & Stonor Pantry: 12:00-17:30. Open all year on any day, at any time, for group bookings - by appointment only.|
|Admission:||House & Garden: Adult £10.00, Child (5-16) £5.00, under 5s free. Gardens, Chapel and Stonor Pantry only: Adult £5.00, Child (5-16) £2.50, under 5s free. Groups (min 20): Adult £11.00, Child (5-16) £5.50.|
|Child Friendly:||Children of all ages welcome|
|Dog Friendly:||Dogs Permitted (Dogs on leads in parkland only)|
|Location:||Located between the M4 and M40 on the B480, Henley on Thames - Watlington Road and approximately 5 miles from Henley. Driving time from M40, J6 is 15 mins. From M4 J8/9 around 25 min.|
Guided Tours available for pre-booked groups (min 20) all year on any day, at any time. Parking available, refershments, gift shop, Parking Availability, Refreshments, Shop
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