Buscot Park and the Faringdon Collection
Buscot Park is one of Oxfordshire’s best kept secrets. The eighteenth-century country house is still used as a family home by the present Lord Faringdon and his family. It contains a superb collection of artworks and furnishings, including paintings by Rembrandt, Rubens, Botticelli, and Burne-Jones’ ‘Briar Rose’ series.
The house is surrounded by extensive grounds, with formal gardens laid out by the great Edwardian garden designer Harold Peto. Groups can enjoy an exclusive guided tour of the house or gardens. Set on the edge of the beautiful Cotswolds countryside, a visit to Buscot can easily be combined with other nearby attractions.
Groups can enjoy exclusive guided tours of this family-run Georgian country house near Faringdon, with its renowned art collection and formal water gardens.