This beautifully restored Grade II* neo-classical villa set in a 574-acre parkland estate dates back to 1730. Originally built as an elegant red brick Queen Ann-style house, successive owners have extended and remodelled the building according to their personal tastes. Today, visitors can marvel at the exquisitely gilded drawing room and the sumptuously ornate banqueting room, and enjoy stunning views over the landscaped parkland from the Repton room, named after famous landscape architect Humphry Repton, who was employed to redesign the gardens in the late 18th Century. The extensive grounds include formal pleasure gardens, woodlands and an adventure castle play area.

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