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Ashridge House

Ashridge House, Berkhamsted, HP4 1NS

Ashridge House
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With 700 years of fascinating history, there’s a palpable sense of heritage at the heart of Ashridge House. Originally a monastery, it became a royal residence for both Henry VIII and Elizabeth I—it was at Ashridge House that she was arrested in 1552 under suspicion of treason. It has been a private house for long periods, as well as a military hospital during both World Wars. It has also been a ladies’ finishing school and is now, of course, a world-class conference, events, and wedding venue steeped in wonderful history.

Find out more here: https://www.ashridgehouse.org.uk/history/

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