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Built in 1802, Grade II* with ornate cornicing and finely proportioned rooms, it boasts possibly the finest staircase of its date in the county. House contents include important portraits, furniture, silver, china from 16th-19th century. Featured in Country Life magazine, where Giles Worsley described it as “having generous proportions and the quality of materials and of detail is very high, the standard of plasterwork is almost opulent”.
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Go on a tour of the principle rooms on the ground floor of Clifton Castle, including the hall, library, drawing room, dining room, sitting room. You'll also have the chance to visit their beautiful gardens and grounds.
£15.00 per person
Tea/coffee and biscuits.
Ground floor only, gravel paths but steep banks in places.
No photography inside the house.