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The Puxley's family home for over 400 years, Welford Park is steeped in history.
Once the site of a monastery until the dissolution of the monasteries in 1536, then turned deer-hunting lodge of Henry VIII, Welford Park found its way into their family in 1618.
The grounds and the house were largely planned by Charles Eyre and he was responsible for planting a spectacular collection of specimen trees, many of which you can still see today.
Welford Park Estate has a vibrant social community and a productive rural enterprise, focused on protecting the land and farming in an environmentally responsible and sustainable way.
The family are delighted and privileged to be able to share the house’s history by welcoming guests throughout the year for special events.
Welford Park maybe known to some as the home of the Great British Bake Off but come late wintertime, you will see one of the finest snowdrop collections in the UK.
The dainty droplets of snowdrops thrive amongst the 5-acre beech wood, enchanting riverbanks of the River Lambourn and the glorious gardens at Welford Park.