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Sezincote House & Garden

Moreton-in-Marsh, England
+44 1386 700444
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Fascinating place to visit

Very limited opening hours (it's primarily a family home). Fascinating story of how the house and... read more

Reviewed September 4, 2016
WheelieSlow
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Reading, United Kingdom
Good afternoon out

Reviews for Sezincote have been very varied over the last month and after a visit I can easily... read more

Reviewed September 2, 2016
Richard C
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Aylesbury, United Kingdom
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Reviewed September 4, 2016

Very limited opening hours (it's primarily a family home). Fascinating story of how the house and gardens evolved through different owners. Would have missed out a lot if we had not taken the House tour (unless we had bought a guide book perhaps - but...More

Thank WheelieSlow
Reviewed September 2, 2016

Reviews for Sezincote have been very varied over the last month and after a visit I can easily understand both sides!! I went on a beautiful sunny day in a private group (House is open on Thursday/Friday for public viewing) so avoided some of the...More

Thank Richard C
Reviewed August 31, 2016

Private visit with only 25 of us. Our lovely guide was gentle and friendly and most knowledgeable. Lovely private home in magical setting of parkland with almost hidden gardens with water feature. Indian influences dominant and charming and lovely to be able to visit a...More

Thank SHHAmersham
Reviewed August 27, 2016

It was almost 30 years ago that we visited Sezincote gardens. Now that we were back in the Cotswolds we discovered that you could visit the house nowadays. Reason enough to go and see. It was lovely coming back after so many years and see...More

Thank Marian M
Reviewed August 19, 2016

Entry to the house is by timed ticket, issued at the gate out of the car park. It doesn't tell you this anywhere in the website. We got there at 2.15pm and got a ticket for 3.30. The gardens are lovely but I wouldn't want...More

Thank richard c
Reviewed August 19, 2016

This is a smallish country house near Moreton in Marsh. Only open 2 afternoons a week, Thursday and Friday You are given a timed ticket on arrival for a 30/40 minute guided tour. The tour was excellent with lots of information about items in the...More

Thank Sue B
Reviewed August 14, 2016

A relatively small house presumably open to the public to help running costs, understandably. As you descend from the car park, you can't fail to be impressed by the initial impression of the dome and gardens. The car park and house are connected by a...More

2  Thank dylanbiryani
Reviewed August 12, 2016

we went on a warm August afternoon and did the garden tour only. The house is impressive but stark; a wisteria up the front elevation would have looked brilliant and softened the outline. The best part was the Persian garden and the Orangery where they...More

Thank astley122
Reviewed August 12, 2016 via mobile

Sezincote is open just 2 afternoons a week and is a family home which makes it all the more charming to visit. Built in Regency time by a man who made his fortune in the East India company it inspired many features of the Brighton...More

Thank Gill057
Reviewed August 12, 2016

The gardens are strangely laid out: almost completely dislocated from the house. There is a small area of formal garden to one side of the house, with a moderately nice water feature (which I would not describe as a "canal" as you can easily step...More

2  Thank J S
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Janet B
I have tried phoning and e mailing but am having no response. I'd love to take my husband to this beautiful place and wish to purchase tickets. Can anyone advise of the procedure? thank you
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hazely624
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Thursday and Friday afternoons plus bank holidays. £10 pp
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crazysue2014
Is there an admission charge? What are the opening times? Can we bring a picnic? Is there disabled parking? Is there a dedicated web site giving the history and more information?
July 11, 2015|
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