This Georgian country house has 18th-century interiors in a lovely setting. Claydon House is a National Trust property with a series of magnificent and unique rococo staterooms with important carvings.
There is a museum charting the history of Florence Nightingale and the Crimean War - the connection was that the famous nurse Nightingale was a regular visitor at Claydon.
There is free parking. Dogs (on leads) only allowed in the park.
Accessibility: Drop-off point and WC's near front of house, ramped access. The building has 4 steps to entrance, ramp available. 2 wheelchairs, booking essential. Ground floor accessible. Half-price admission for visitors unable to climb stairs. In the grounds there is grass, uneven and loose gravel paths, slopes, some steps, undulating terrain. Accessible route. There is a ramped entrance to tea room.
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