Browse news and stories about the National Trust Properties in Oxfordshire as well as Buckinghamshire and Berkshire – from mansions nestled into rolling hills and riverside meadows to grand gardens and mature woodland.
The National Trust has launched its annual blossom campaign, which aims to bring the beauty of blossom to more people and to celebrate the start of spring.
As we emerge from the hibernation of winter, this is the perfect time to meet up with loved ones for a spring pilgrimage to see the bulbs and blooms, followed by a catch-up chat over a cuppa.
By the end of January, as the hibernation phase of winter starts to drag, smooth your way through to spring by throwing everyone outdoors at every opportunity.
Upton House is a honey-coloured country house with dramatic terraced gardens and world-renowned art collection. The 1930s home of Lord and Lady Bearsted.
About Great Coxwell Barn Set in the beautiful Oxfordshire countryside, Great Coxwell Barn is the sole surviving part of a thriving 13th-century grange. The Great Barn was built of Cotswold […]
Greys Court is a Tudor country house and delightful gardens in the idyllic setting of the southern Chiltern Hills at Rotherfield Greys, near Henley-on-Thames in Oxfordshire.
Waddesdon Manor was built by Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild between 1874 and 1885, and is home to the Rothschild Collections of paintings, sculpture & arts.
Built in 1666 by the 2nd Duke of Buckingham, as a gift to his mistress, Cliveden House is a Grade I listed stately home set upon 376 acres of National Trust grounds.