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Coach trip

About 30 of us arrived at 11.30 & we were as it turned out all ladies, so quite a queue for the... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Rustington, United Kingdom
Nice place to spend a few hours

Beautiful place to spend a few hours, we visited the gardens and Wonder Woods only as the house and... read more

Reviewed today
Oxford, UK
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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...more
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Stonor, Henley-on-Thames RG9 6HF, England
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Reviewed today

Beautiful place to spend a few hours, we visited the gardens and Wonder Woods only as the house and chapel were closed. The entry fee was quite high but I used my gardeners world 2 for 1 card to gain entry which made it reasonable....More

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Reviewed today via mobile

We visited Stonor Park and Gardens last weekend. The House opened for visitors at 1.30pm so we had time to explore the beautiful garden and the surrounding areas. Inside, there's not allowed to take photos, in some rooms, there's a camera. Kind members of staff...More

1  Thank Gaby S
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

This review is to help other parents with young children. They advertise the wonder woods brilliantly but it is a small and hilly adventure park. If you have more than one child, in different stages, you will struggle to keep sight of them. In addition,...More

2  Thank grapefruit652
Oxonbound, Manager at Stonor Park & Gardens, responded to this reviewResponded 2 days ago

Thank you for taking time to write a review of our adventure playground. I am very sorry that you fell over on the footpath at the entrance and that nobody helped you. Did you report this at the time? We have a First Aider on...More

Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Spent a lovely morning with my wife and two sons (9&7) at Stonor. Boys thoroughly enjoyed the playground and gardens. A lovely cup of coffee and homemade cakes at the cafe. Friendly and helpful staff (particularly the man in visitor centre). Overall, enjoyed it so...More

2  Thank Gingernuts73
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Had an email from Blenheim Palace with details and cut price tickets for this new garden show so I thought I would give it a go as Blenheim Flower Show is so good. Drove a long way from Bristol and was in a long queue...More

5  Thank victoroscar
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Tickets difficult to obtain as unclear where to purchase. On visiting the chapel we were asked if we needed help on replying to the volunter she pointed to a sign which read silence. We then went to the house where we were asked for our...More

4  Thank Irene R
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Do have to say - you don't get access to all the house, as it's still a residence for the current Lord. - Therefore if you gauge the amount of rooms you imagine you will go through according to the expanse of the house outside...More

1  Thank Gilliane M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The gardens looked so good and it was great to have thoughtfully placed seating for the visitors to use.The house and chapel were very interesting and we thought the cafe courtyard was charming, I had a ploughmans salad and my friend the tartlet of cheese...More

1  Thank RuthHilbourne
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

About 30 of us arrived at 11.30 & we were as it turned out all ladies, so quite a queue for the facilities!!! The cafe was fine but very hot! We wandered out to the gardens but unfortunately a fallen tree had closed the entrance...More

Thank FayKayRay
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Very well laid out and in beautiful surroundings. Very suitable for junior school children. Our 13 year grandchild felt describing some items as suitable for up to 15 you very misleading. We have 4 grandkids and only the younger two would have been content.

2  Thank daveandsue494
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Mandy F
17 June 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
30 April 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
24 August 2015|
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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