Culworth gardens and parkland are located adjacent to Culworth Hall on the Oxfordshire/Northamptonshire borders. The grounds have been developed since the seventeenth-century, with significant landscaping in the Victorian era, including a traditional walled-in-garden and accompanying fruit trees and orchard. In the twentieth-century an avenue of lime trees marked the latest addition to the parkland which still shows the marks of medieval ridge and furrow farming. From London the grounds are 1h 30mins by car or via train to Banbury from London Marylebone 55mins. Trains run twice every hour. A short taxi of 20mins from Banbury station brings you directly to the land. There are multiple access points for vehicles and extensive parking on site. On request there is a base available for hair, make-up etc., please email for more details.
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