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Honey-coloured stone house with exquisite plasterwork and fine landscaped garden
Farnborough Hall is now closed for the winter and will re-open in April 2014.
Nestled in the heart of rural Warwickshire, surrounded by elegant lakes and fine landscape gardens sits Farnborough Hall. Made from the locally quarryed Horton honey-coloured stone, this country house shimmers in the sunlight.
Inside, the finest 18th-century plasterwork, depicting natural beauty and wildlife, adorns the interiors. On your way around you'll spot many treasures that were collected during the Grand Tour, as well as sentimental family items and photographs.
- Spectacular rococo style plasterwork
- Wonderful artwork by Canaletto and Perritt
- Breathtaking views and vistas over Warwickshire from the Terrace Walk
- A chance to sit and relax by the cascade and grotto
- The hidden ice house and the secrets of the Oval Pavilion
- A chance to explore parkland and woodland