Buscot Park

Important notice -

The gardens and grounds will be open daily to 31st October 2020 from 2pm - 6pm. Car Park and toilets open. There is no need to book to visit. The house and tearoom will remain closed until further notice.

Late 18th-century house, set in enchanting landscaped grounds

A mural in the tea-room at Buscot Park, Oxfordshire

Our tea-room (not National Trust) 

Whilst our tea-room doesn't serve hot meals or sandwiches, you're bound to find something tasty to savour. Try a cream tea, or one of our extensive range of cakes and slices, cheese scones, ice-cream tubs, and hot and cold drinks. There is also usually at least one gluten-free cake or slice on offer. Please note, as the tearoom is not run by the National Trust, we are unable to accept any vouchers issued on their behalf.

Shopping (not National Trust)

Our ticket office sells local cider, honey, and peppermint products, along with guide books and a selection of postcards showing images of the house, grounds and some of the art collection. Also available, a selection of Buscot Park sweets and biscuits in collectable tins, and Kendal mint cake.