Stonor Park

Welcome to Stonor - one of England’s oldest manor houses, situated in one of the most beautiful settings, owned by the same family of the same faith for 850 years.

Our new Visitor Centre is now open giving us a Visitor Reception and new lavatories. Fitting out will continue over the next few months.

The history of the house inevitably contributes to the atmosphere; unpretentious yet grand. A facade of warm brick with Georgian windows conceals older buildings dating back to the 12th Century and a 14th Century Cathlolic Chapel sits on the south east corner. A major project to repiar, conserve, restore and improve the Chapel has just completed.

Stonor nestles in a fold of the beautiful wooded Chiltern Hills, with breathtaking views of the park where Fallow deer have grazed since medieval times.

The House contains many family portraits, old Master drawings and paintings, Renaissance bronzes and tapestries, along with rare furniture and a collection of modern ceramics.

The gardens offer oustanding views of the Park and valley and are especially beautiful this time of year with irises, peonies and roses in full bloom.

Please see ATTRACTIONS for more information.



Stonor Park welcomes National Trust Members 2 for the price of 1

June to September 2015!

Stonor Park is open Wednesday, Thursday, Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday afternoons.

The Gardens, Chapel and Tea Room open at 12pm. Hot & cold lunches available. The House is open from 1.30pm.

Please see VISIT for more information.



Our Next event is the Flower Festival, created by members of the Henley Flower Arrangement Club, Sunday 26 July, 12 noon to 5.00 pm.




Mass is celebrated every Sunday in the Chapel of the Blessed Trinity at 10.30am. All are welcome.

Please see  Attractions/ Chapel/ Mass for times of services.



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The House, Chapel, Garden, Old Hall Tea Room and Gift Shop are open Wednesdays, Thursdays, Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays in June, July and August and Sundays only in September. The Park is open by way of public footpath throughout the year. Please see VISIT for more information.  

Member of the Historic Houses Association


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