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Stonor, Henley-on-Thames

Stonor

Henley-on-Thames
Oxfordshire
RG9 6HF
Tel: +44 (0)1491 638 587
Fax: +44 (0)1491 639 348
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Historic home of Lord and Lady Camoys and the Stonor family for over 800 years. The house is surrounded by a wooded deer park in a valley in the Chiltern Hills. With its origins in the 12th century the house has architectural features of medieval Tudor and Georgian periods now with a warm red brick facade.

The ancient family Catholic chapel is situated alongside near the site of a pre-historic stone circle. To the rear of the house a hillside walled garden affords commanding views of the deer park. Inside on display are many items of rare furniture, sculptures, bronzes, paintings and family portraits from Britain, Europe and the USA. The family's Catholic roots are evident and an exhibition within the house features the life and work of St Edmund Campion.

Stonor, Henley-on-Thames

Facilities
Historic House, Gardens, Restaurant, Car Park, Private Group Tours, School Tours Available, Stonor has been a frequent location in the production of feature films, TV productions, commercials, and product launches.

The variation in parkland, garden and other locations available make multi-scene shooting a ready proposition.  

Access for units of all sizes is straightforward because of our location near London and proximity to M4 and M40 motorways.

We also have large areas of permanent vehicle parking space and easy availability of all necessary support services. The extremely well-drained soil makes outdoor shooting an all-weather activity.

Restaurant
A range of light lunches and teas including pies and savory tartlets, soup and sandwiches, homemade cakes and scones are available from the Old Hall Restaurant. Lunches and suppers for Groups or Corporate Events by arrangement.

The Old Hall (12th century) is surely one of England's oldest eating places. The Hall has a seating capacity of 55 and is licensed for the sale of alcohol. Freshly-cooked food served cheerfully and efficiently in a welcoming ambience will make your visit more restful and enjoyable.

Please contact the Administrator for latest menus.

Weddings and Conferences
WEDDINGS AND CORPORATE EVENTS NEAR HENLEY ON THAMES, OXFORDSHIRE
Stonor Park is hidden in a fold of the Chiltern Hills, five miles from Henley and the Thames. On entering through large impressive gates, the venue is approached by a long drive through the park, home to Fallow Deer, never far from view, that have grazed here since medieval times. Situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty, the fine Tudor E-shape house with a warm brick facade is surrounded by parkland. The fourteenth century Chapel situated on the south-east corner, is built from flint and stone.

Stonor is a truly splendid venue; no brochure can do it justice! We pride ourselves at Stonor in being able to offer a beautiful setting where a bride and groom can create, with our guidance, using external services, a memorable day.

These magnificent buildings and country surroundings undoubtedly provide a stunning backdrop for a Wedding Reception.

Opening Times
Stonor Park is open to the public Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays between 5 April and Sunday 27 September, also Wednesdays and Thursdays during June, July and August during these dates. Gardens, Tea Room & Chapel: 12.00pm - 5.30pm House: 1.30pm - 5.30pm (last entry 4.30pm)

Directions
Stonor is located between M4 and M40 on the B480 Henley-on-Thames - Watlington Road, and approximately 5 miles to the Nort

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