Sezincote and Stanway

| Sezincote and Stanway

Sezincote is an early 19th century house in the Indian manner which was the inspiration for the Brighton Pavilion. It is built in golden stone in the Moghul manner. The interior is purely classical. The lovely garden is also influenced by Moghul designs. Stanway is a complete contrast. It is a romantic Jacobethan manor house in a beautiful setting on the Cotswold Scarp, with a recently restored baroque water garden. Those who came on our previous visit will now be able to see the latter in full working order, including the 70ft high fountain. Lunch will be included.

Venue information

Sezincote and Stanway

Sezincote is near Moreton-in-Marsh. Stanway is just north of Winchcombe.

Entry details

Price TBC

Tickets: Louise Sheppard, Northamptonshire Representative, 3 Drummond Close, Pitsford, Northants, NN6 9BA Tel. 01604 880686 Email. robin.sheppard@tiscali.co.uk

10.45am- 2.00pm

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