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Historic Houses in or near Tring

Tring is a small market town in Hertfordshire on the northern edge of the Chilterns which is an area of outstanding beauty. Tring is a good place for walking and riding in the country, with the Ashridge Estate owned by the National Trust,Tring Park, Chiltern woodlands and Wendover Woods all nearby,which offer plenty of trails and footpaths. Historic Houses in or near Tring Ascott and Hughenden are listed below.
3 Results In Or Near Tring
7.4 miles from the centre of Tring
Explore the beautiful Ascott House The half-timbered Jacobean Ascott House started life as a modest hunting box and then country retreat back in the late 1800s when Leopold de Rothschild set his sights on it but later became much grander as successive family members made their mark. Now it houses an amazing collection of works of art with some spectacular examples of French furniture. Anthony de Rothschild is credited with the lovely collection of 400 pieces of Chinese ceramics plus s...
10.7 miles from the centre of Tring
Discover the beautiful world of Hughenden Hughenden Manor was the home of Victorian Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli from 1848 until his death in 1881. Most of his furniture, pictures and books remain here, his private retreat from parliamentary life in London. On display is a collection of fascinating personal memorabilia of the life of the great statesman and writer. The surrounding park and woodland have lovely walks and the colourful formal garden is a recreation of the design by h...
12.2 miles from the centre of Tring
Discover the fantastic West Wycombe Park The house at West Wycombe Park is among the most theatrical and Italianate in England, its facades formed as classical temples. It is the home of the Hell-Fire Club and was created by Sir Francis Dashwood. The interior has Palmyrene ceilings and decoration, with pictures. Also fine furniture, sculpture and Brussels tapestries dating from the time of Sir Francis Dashwood. The Rococo landscaped garden with its lakes and temples, was created in th...
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