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Buscot Park is the home of the Henderson family and the present Lord Faringdon with his eldest son James and his wife Lucinda. They look after the property on behalf of the National Trust as well as the family collection of pictures, furniture...more
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This property contains the most amazing art collection displayed in a beautiful domestic setting. The grounds are superb and quite the best gardens I have seen outside of Italy. It is also obvious that the gardens are much loved by the Henderson family who are...More
This is a national trust property run by the owners of the house.
Everything is well organised and well sign posted. The house itself is interesting with stewards to answer any questions but the grounds are absolutely stunning. There are many walks and it would...More
We had a wonderful afternoon here. The house is in lovely condition as you expect when this wealthy family live in it half the year. In some ways, it is a collectors’ gallery with noble Lord’s acquiring fine artefacts to decorate their home and show...More
We spent a very pleasant couple of hours here - first in the house which is lovely and very interesting with the Farringdon Collection. It was a shame about the rather unfriendly austere lady stewards though. We then had a stroll through the different sections...More
Buscot opens at 2pm and as we were there in good time, had to wait in a short queue to get tickets, which are required even for NT members who are free. The car park is quite convenient for the ticket office, then there is...More
Gardens were beautifully groomed with a lovely undulating walking layout encompassing many objects of interest. The planting was varied and interesting, particularly in the walled garden. Was nice to think that it is still a used family home. Room fact sheets were very informative. Ecclectic...More
One of the last National Trust properties not visited in a rough hours drive from Milton Keynes. It is a large house but you will not get to see all of it as I guess the occupants live in the upper rooms and the basement...More
I visited on the promise of the paintings in the collection at Buscot House. Works by the big names, Rembrandt, Botticelli, Rubens are almost eclipsed by the incredible vivacity of Murillo's Triumph, that hangs above the stairs to the first floor. The Burne-Jones Sleeping Beauty...More