16th century, grey Cotswold stone manor house with many Civil War associations including the tapestry-lined rooms stayed in by Cromwell and his second-in-command, General Ireton, in 1648. The house was added to at the turn of the last century and features the Edwardian Ballroom.
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Open to the public from 1st May to 30th September 2019, also open on Bank Holidays, Easter Sunday, and Bank Holiday Mondays.
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