My wife and I and another couple visited Ascott House this August Bank Holiday Saturday and what a memorable visit this was. We travelled from Milton Keynes and it was only about 10 miles. The staff there were so friendly and informative, which made our visit so much more interesting and enjoyable. It is a pity that we were not able to see more of the house but what we did see was crammed with history and collections of paintings, ceramics and other works of art. The gardens were equally as interesting with numerous interesting walks and lots of seats on which to sit and rest and enjoy the fantastic views of the countryside.
It was only a pity that they did not have a cafe or restaurant in which to have some refreshments. I didn't see any bathroom facilities but they may have been there; I'm sure there must have been There were no stairs to climb but there was wheelchair access ramps for the steps.
It is certainly a visit that I would recommend.
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