Honington Hall

Seventeenth-century house known for its octagonal salon.

Shipston-on-Stour, Warwickshire, CV36 5AA

Honington Hall in Warwickshire

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A fine Caroline manor house built in the early 1680s in mellow red brick with stone quoins decorated with carved busts and with tall chimneys.

The perfect model for a dolls’ house. The interior was lavishly remodelled in 1740s and includes good plasterwork and an octagonal salon.


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Groups of 10+ are welcome by appointment.

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