Cliveden House, Berkshire

Cliveden House - National Trust
Cliveden Road

About Cliveden House

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. Cliveden House is currently leased out as a luxury 5-star country house hotel, but as part of the arrangement you can still take a peek inside on a National Trust tour.

Cliveden’s wider estate offers extensive views across the Berkshire countryside and scenes of the river Thames below. There are walking trails for all abilities which take you around some of the top spots on the estate, from our formal gardens to the depths of the woodlands.

Cliveden House - National Trust

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