Ascott House

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Ascott House: Jacobean house remodelled in the 19th century, with superb collections and gardens. Timbered Jacobean farmhouse transformed and enlarged by the Rothschilds. Exceptional collection of paintings, fine English and French furniture. Oriental porcelain from 200BC to the Ming Dynasty. Mixture of formal and natural gardens overlooking the Vale of Aylesbury. Pretty lily pond and remarkable topiary sundial

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Garden:6.1/10
Stately home:3.7/10
Popularity rank: #392

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½ml East of Wing, 2ml SouthWest of Leighton Buzzard, on South side of A418

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Opening times (24 March - 26 April):
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Opening times (28 April - 23 July):
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Opening times (28 July - 11 September):
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*Open Bankholiday Mondays

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£8.40£4.20

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Address: Ascott, Wing, nr Leighton Buzzard, Buckinghamshire LU7 0PS, UK
Phone: +44 1296 688242
Email: ascott@nationaltrust.org.uk

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