Shopping at Hughenden
From deliciously scented candles, pretty pottery and children’s toys to handmade chocolates and local honey, there's a great range of National Trust favourites and new inspiration to tempt you this season.
Our new Grain to Glory collection is inspired by wood carvings at places in our care. From panelling and floral decorations to ornate mantlepieces and gilded ceilings, each piece tells you where the design was inspired so it could even give you some winter travel ideas.
Pick up a treat or two with our new prints and bring a little of the outdoors inside with vibrant colours and natural textures and materials. Discover the new candles and diffusers for a hint of winter.
With gifts for gardeners and gourmets, exclusive experience days and make your own hampers, or National Trust gift memberships to choose from, you’re sure to find the perfect something for that special someone, or simply a treat for yourself.
We have a range of merchandise on Queen Victoria's favourite Prime Minister and the house he loved, including the definitive biography, ‘The Two Lives’, signed by Douglas Hurd.
There are also special items linked to the secret mapping operation carried out at the Manor during the Second World War. From ‘Hits from the Blitz’, a CD of 40s music, to ‘Women of Intelligence’, a book celebrating the stories of the women who helped secure the Allied victory.
Our range of local produce features the best of the region's artisan producers including Hive and Keeper Honey from Maidenhead, winner of a great taste award, and exclusively brewed for us by Chiltern Breweries is Disraeli Ale, one of the National Trust's top ten bestsellers.
Secondhand book shop
Our secondhand book shop is a great place to pick up a new read. You’ll find a variety of titles, from gardening and cooking to history and travel. Occasionally we get books autographed by the author, and we have a selection of vintage books and rare finds too.
We are happy to take donations of books, providing they are in good condition. If you have a large quantity of books to donate, please call the Hughenden office on 01494 755573 to arrange a drop off.