Ascott House Gardens (Wing) Reviews
Description:A National trust property near Wing, Buckinghamshire, Ascott House and Gardens makes a beautiful day trip location.
Newest Review: ... sundial (I for one have never seen anything like it) which has been constructed from golden Yew on the top and Irish Yew on the bottom making a weird helter-skelter like egg shaped object. Surrounding the "egg" are large Roman numerals made out of dwarf golden Box and there is an inside motto made of golden Yew - "Light and shade by turn, but love always" punctuated by ... more
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by - written on 07/05/12 (Very useful, 167 readings)
On a whim, with some free time whilst in the area of the rather gnarly named Leighton Buzzard, I took it upon myself to visit the National Trust place of Ascott House Gardens of which I knew nothing other than there was likely to be a house and probably some gardens. In 1873 Ascott House and 90 acres of land were bought by Baron Mayer de Rothschild and it has remained in the Rothschild family until 1949 where the House, the grounds of 261 acres, the Ascott Collection and an endowment were given to the National Trust by Anthony de Rothschild, although his son Sir Evelyn still continues to live there with his family (in the parts marked Private undoubtedly). The house ... Read the complete review
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