Cliveden's iconic mansion house
We're not able to offer house tours at the moment, but we hope to welcome visitors back for tours in Spring 2022
Built in 1666 by the 2nd Duke of Buckingham as a gift to his mistress, Cliveden house has remained a place of intrigue and glamour for the elite. Enriched with antique furniture and period features, it has stayed true to its roots whilst also providing a luxurious setting to rest, meet and play.
Take a guided tour of the house
Cliveden house is currently leased as a luxury country house hotel and, to protect the privacy of its guests, the house is not open to the public. However, for limited times of the year the doors of the glamorous ground floor open to visitors on a 30 minute guided tour, run by our volunteers.
You'll also have a chance to see some of the most intriguing rooms, some of which were enjoyed by the likes of Winston Churchill, Charlie Chaplin and the Queen Mother.
House tours dates and times
Tours of Cliveden House are postponed until further notice. These would usually run from March to October on Mondays, Tuesday and Thursdays.
Unfortunately, Cliveden House is not wheelchair accessible. Visitors with walking frames/sticks/cane seats can access the house at their own discretion.
Soak up the atmosphere of this former celebrity hangout
Please note no internal photography of the House or Chapel is permitted at any time.