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Built by the Drydens using the ruins of a mediaeval priory, the house and the gardens have remained largely unchanged since 1710 and are shown as they were during the time of Sir Henry Dryden, an ancient Victorian who was passionate about the past. The warm, inviting house features large rooms, beautiful tapestries and Jacobean plasterwork, contrasting with the domestic details of the servants ' quarters. Stroll through the historic parkland and catch a glimpse of early mediaeval scenes, while a stroll through the Priory Church tells the tale of the Canons of Ashby.

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Built by the Drydens using the ruins of a mediaeval priory, the house and the gardens have remained largely unchanged since 1710 and are shown as they were during the time of Sir Henry Dryden, an ancient Victorian who was passionate about the past.

The warm, inviting house features large rooms, beautiful tapestries and Jacobean plasterwork, contrasting with the domestic details of the servants ' quarters.

Stroll through the historic parkland and catch a glimpse of early mediaeval scenes, while a stroll through the Priory Church tells the tale of the Canons of Ashby.

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Dog/Pet friendly

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Garden Acreage: 3.5

Parkland Acreage: 70

Open Times: Garden: 13 Feb - 22 Feb 10.30-3.30 daily. 27 Feb-8 Mar, 10.30-3.30 Fri-Sun. 13 Mar-1 Nov 10.30-5 daily. 6 Nov- 29 Nov 10.30-3.30 Fri-Sun. 4 Dec - 13 Dec 10.30-3.30 Mon-Wed & Fri-Sun. Please see our website for House & Park opening times.

Price Details: NT Members Free. See NT website for admission prices.

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01327 861900
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Daventry, Northamptonshire, DaventryNN11 3SD, United Kingdom

Access from either M40, exit 11 or M1, exit 16.

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