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Stonor Park & Gardens

Stonor RG9 6HF, England
+44 1491 638587
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Great to get outside in the fresh English countryside the location is perfect and as a photographer... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Watlington, United Kingdom
via mobile
Rather disappointed for the cost

Firstlly the price went up when I arrived,the house wasn’t open but the price didn’t reflect... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Jeff G
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Welcome to Stonor Park, Historic Stately Home & Gardens of Lord and Lady Camoys and the Stonor Family for over 850 years. A great family day out in the Chilterns just one hour from London and a magical wedding venue. We hope that you will enjoy visiting us soon.
  • Excellent51%
  • Very good35%
  • Average8%
  • Poor3%
  • Terrible3%
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Stonor RG9 6HF, England
+44 1491 638587
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Great to get outside in the fresh English countryside the location is perfect and as a photographer the landscape and widlife surroundings made it all to easy :)

1  Thank samcarter-knight
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Firstlly the price went up when I arrived,the house wasn’t open but the price didn’t reflect this.Had to pay extra for the kids to carve pumpkins but nothing to say this on website.The visitor centre cafe shop was very limited as the main cafe was...More

2  Thank Jeff G
Oxonbound, General Manager at Stonor Park & Gardens, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Thank you for leaving a review of your visit. The price included a halloween trail, at the end of which every child received a treat. The house, chapel and pantry (tearoom) close at the end of September our website does state this. Stonor Park is...More

Reviewed October 13, 2017

Beautifully situated in rolling parkland in the Chilterns, this beautiful country home is a wonderful place to visit. The house was specially opened to a group there from NSPCC supporters. After the presentation regarding the charity and and its work followed by a cold salad...More

2  Thank 69trisha
Reviewed October 3, 2017

We as a Family went there on a Pilgrimage with our Parish, its beautiful and the Chapel is very beautiful and peaceful. Being a Catholic it meant a lot to us. Later the kids enjoyed in the wonder woods too. It was a beautiful day...More

4  Thank Agnes D
Reviewed September 6, 2017

I went with my brother and niece and nephew and the children really enjoyed the adventure play area, plenty for all ages. The house is steeped in history and the tour guides very knowledgeable and engaging,

1  Thank Chapman;Mr.paul C
Reviewed August 31, 2017 via mobile

Having seen the description of the Wonder Woods on the website as an activity "where children up to the age of 15 will have hours of entertainment swinging, jumping, sliding, climbing and splashing", I was expecting something more. The park was very nice but nothing...More

5  Thank gordoma
Reviewed August 29, 2017

We picked a gorgeous hot day to go here, all guides are very knowledgeable and the house certainly felt that the family still live here (i.e. Kids running around. It has a fantastic history and loads of artefacts to see. Normally £10 entrance fee but...More

Thank cleveland16
Reviewed August 29, 2017

We enjoyed our visit to Stonor ,the history and furniture was fascinating, tearoom was good value and the Country fair that was on the day we visited most enjoyable.

Thank grotbags
Reviewed August 21, 2017

I was very disappointed and failed to see why there were no concessions for people with severe learning difficulties. An alternative could be they pay the full entrance fee and there could be a discount for their career. The lady in the ticket office was...More

3  Thank cnickless
Oxonbound, General Manager at Stonor Park & Gardens, responded to this reviewResponded August 22, 2017

Thank you for your review, we are really pleased all of you enjoyed your visit to Stonor Park. We welcome all visitors to Stonor Park and continually review our pricing structure to be inclusive to all. Thank you again for your review and we hope...More

Reviewed August 16, 2017

We met up with friends here who also had children. In comparison to how much we've paid for all of us to get in to other attractions this was brilliant. We all enjoyed the walled garden with the boys spotting the goldfish and tadpoles in...More

1  Thank Cherhill
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Mandy F
June 17, 2017|
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Response from Oxonbound | Property representative |
Hi Mandy, Stonor is still, after more than 850 years, privately owned by the Stonor family. It is however a member of the Historic Houses Association. Best wishes, The Team at Stonor
Margaret Mary O
April 30, 2016|
Response from Steve P |
There is no public transport that goes past Stonor Park, your only option would be a taxi.Stonor is open on Thursdays during June, July and August. House, gardens and chapel admission is £10.00 for adults. Stonor is not a... More
August 24, 2015|
Response from Oxonbound | Property representative |
We serve hot lunches from midday every day that we open at the Stonor Pantry cafe in our medieval hall. Amongst other things we offer a variety of delicious award winning home made pies and soups. The house opens a little... More