North of Oxfordshire Charlecote Park, on the banks of the Avon, remains a family home after 900 years. Parts of the house demonstrate how it operated in Victorian times. There are beautiful formal gardens and wider parkland, where fallow deer and Jacob sheep roam freely. Partially accessible, dogs are permitted on short leads in the parkland. There’s a tearoom and all the other facilities, and a charge. Your experiences please.

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