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Estates and Country Parks in The Cotswolds

The magnificant Blenheim Palace in Wooodstock, Oxfordshire is a "must see" for anyone visiting the area. and that's just for starters!

Blenheim Palace, Woodstock

A view of Blenheim PalaceBirthplace of Winston Churchill on 1874, Blenheim Palace and the royal estate of Woodstock was the reward given to John Churchill, Duke of Marlborough, for his victory over the French at the battle of Blenheim.

Queen Anne gave Churchill the Woodstock estate and funds to build a palace there, Blenheim Palace.

Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire is the home of the Duke of Marlborough.

Link: More Blenheim Palace Information

Broadway Tower Country Park

Link: Broadway Tower and Country Park

Sudeley Castle, Winchcombe, Gloucestershire

A view of Sudeley Castle, Queen's Garden and Castle - Clive BurlingSudeley’s unique Gardens are amongst the finest in England. The centrepiece Queens Garden sits on the original Tudor Parterre and billows with hundreds of varieties of old fashioned roses.

Overall Sudeley boasts ten stunning gardens, under the guidance of consultant Sir Roddy Llewellyn.

Link: Sudeley Castle

Buscot Park

Found just off the A417 between Lechlade and Faringdon, Buscot Park is home to a late 18th Century house and beautiful landscaped gardens. The property is administered on behalf of The National Trust by Lord Faringdon.

On arriving, park in the free car park and wander to the ticket office to gain entry. Pop into the tea-room for refreshments or get straight on with exploring the stunning gardens and miles of walks.

More details coming soon.

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