Stonor Park and Gardens

Stonor Park and Gardens
Stonor Park and Gardens
Stonor Park and Gardens

Nestled in a Chiltern valley Stonor has been a family home for over 850 years. The Walls of the Great Garden and Orchard date back to 1480, within the walled garden you will find a terraced Italianate Pleasure garden filled with box and yew, peonies and two lily ponds. Wander westwards to discover the old Kitchen Garden created in the 1700s, now showing stunning borders of herbaceous perennials and avenues of Irish yews.

April sees the arrival of Fritillaries, ornamental cherries and fruit tree blossom, closely followed by Iris, tulips, wisteria, alliums, camassias and laburnum. By June rose arches and climbing roses at the front of the house are in full bloom, including Peonies, lavenders, water lilies and salvias.

Agapanthus, Echinacea, Japanese anemones, sedums and asters show their stunning colours as we gently glide into autumn. Many of the ancient trees and copper beech in the park and on the lawns flourish into early November.

Fact File

Opening times: From end March to end October. Wednesday – Sunday and seven days a week during school holidays.
Admission rates:
House and chapel: Adult 12.00,Child 7.00
Gardens only: Adult 7.00, Child 6.00
House, chapel & gardens: Adult 15.00, Child 10.00
Unguided private tours
House, chapel, Gardens & Play Park: Adult 10.00, Child 6.50
Gardens & Play Park: Adult 6.50, Child 5.50
Group rates: House and gardens £12.00pp minimum group size 20.
Facilities: House, Chapel and Gardens, Wonder woods Adventure Play Park for children, Pitstop café and The Pantry tea room.
Disabled access: Unsuitable for wheel chair access.
Group tours: Available all year by appointment only.
Events: Antique Fair, Super Car & VW rally, Food Festival, Jousting, Craft and Christmas fair please contact direct for details and more events
Coach Parking: Yes
Booking Contact: enquiries@stonor.com
Tel: 01491 638 587
Email: enquiries@stonor.com
Website: www.stonor.com
Location: Close to Henley On Thames junction 8/9 from M4 or junction 6 from M40

Updated: March 03 2020