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Buscot Park is the home of the Henderson family and the present Lord Faringdon with his eldest son James and his wife Lucinda. They look after the property on behalf of the National Trust as well as the family collection of pictures, furniture...more
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Buscot Park, Faringdon SN7 8BU, England
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Reviewed 2 days ago

There are lots of treasures to be found in Buscot House, sometimes behind a door, and sometimes almost hiding behind a curtain. But the place is all the better for this as you have to work to find the masterpieces... (The oddly numbered leaflets in...More

Thank Delius17
Reviewed 1 week ago

I can only review the gardens today as we didn't have time to do the house..but being members, we can pop in a do that another time. The gardens are beautiful with so many different avenues/gardens. It's all so well kept and very interesting. We...More

Thank MaryLiz62
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Buscot house is only open a few days (as the family still lives there) so check ahead. It is worth going. The grounds are wonderful and the house is, well, aristocratic. It really brought home to me the incredible wealth of the English aristocracy.

Thank thow
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We visited here on a Monday when the house (and tea room) was closed. We probably wouldn't have entered the house anyway because it was a very hot day. The gardens are lovely and extensive and manage to combine the traditional with modern touches in...More

Thank surreybaggie54
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We last visited here last year when the main house was clad in scaffolding and protective sheets. We came again last week and the restoration work has now been completed and the house is back to its former glory. This is a National Trust property...More

Thank BazzaSwindon
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This is a lovely day out idea. The house has superb art by Burne Jones and others...and is lived still by the family I was told....so it is a grand place but retaining a lived in feel. Wonderful. The gardens are superb full of vistas...More

Thank RedThunderbird
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

My wife and I visited Buscot House on Sunday 24th and we found the house very interesting and the gardens were lovely to stroll around, approx one hour in the house and about ninety minutes around the gardens. The car park was good and we...More

Thank busterSolihull
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

On first entering the hall you are stunned by the collection of pieces on display. Wonderful examples of art are in every room ranging from Renaissance to Pre-Raphaelite to modern with paintings by Rembrandt, Reynolds, Rossetti, Burne-Jones and Sutherland - to name but a few....More

1  Thank whetstoneview
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A curator's tour greatly enhanced our visit with particular attention to the paintings- Rembrandt, Rubens, Murillo, Jordaens, as well as Rossetti, Byrne-Jones & Leighton. Beautiful gardens with fountains and water gardens.

Thank Jenny L
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Lovely grounds, house and afternoon tea, stayed around 2 hrs and parked for free. Not expensive would recommend a visit.

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Keiko2204
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Response from Julie C | Property representative |
The family more than abide by the terms of the lease with the National Trust, the grounds already being open extra days. Depending on the Winter/Spring weather the daffodils and cherry blossom are quite often at there best... More
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