Buscot Park

Buscot Park is a pristinely kept 18th century country house surrounded by beautiful pleasure gardens and showcases an extensive collection of art and antiques.

Sculptures, Furniture and Ceramics

Within the gilded walls of Buscot Park is a treasure trove art, artefacts and antiques. Marble pillars, ebonised couches, painted panels, a Viennese rock-crystal casket, a 17th century statue set in semi-precious stones – these are just a few of the priceless objects showcased here.

The Faringdon Collection at Buscot Park is a result of the collection of fine art by Lords Faringdon and includes paintings by Rembrandt and Rubens.

The Grounds of Buscot Park

Towards the north of Buscot Park, visitors are able to take in the view of the Thames Plain and The Little Lake. Towards the south, a carriage drive travels through the Mature Woodland. From the East of the house, woodland walks lead to one of the finest water gardens in England. A colourful Four Seasons Garden is replete with blooms for the most part of the year.

The Buscot Tearoom serves a wide range of cheese scones, cake and slices as well as hot and cold drinks.