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Notice: Over the Bank Holiday weekend we will using timed tickets to access the Mansion. These are available first come first served from Visitor Reception on the day.

A family home, delightful gardens and an idyllic setting

An intimate family home and peaceful estate set in the rolling hills of the Chilterns.

This picturesque 16th-century mansion and tranquil gardens were home to the Brunner family until recent years. The house exudes a welcoming atmosphere with a well-stocked kitchen and homely living rooms.  The series of walled gardens is a colourful patchwork of interest set amid medieval ruins.

Other buildings from earlier eras include the Great Tower from the 12th century and a rare Tudor donkey wheel, in use until the early 20th century.

Take a stroll in our bluebell woods

A delightful walk through the bluebell woods

A delightful walk through the bluebell woods

The Spinney Wood is well known for the carpet of bluebells in the Spring. They are a constant source of delight for our visitors. Make your way through the bluebell wood and return to the mansion across the Moon bridge over the newly planted hah-ha, in time for lunch or afternoon cream tea in the Cowshed.

Take a tour

Intimate and informative tour of the ground floor

From the beginning of March to the end of October the mansion will offer tours at 11 and 12 in the morning. Tour tickets are available from Visitor Reception on a first come first served basis.

The mansion will be open free-flow from 1pm until last entry at 4.30pm, however timed tickets may be used on busy days and are available first come first served.

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