Oxfordshire’s most famous country house is the UNESCO World Heritage site of Blenheim Palace, birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill, and home to the 12th Duke of Marlborough. But there is so much more to discover: Kelmscott Manor is the charming Cotswold home of pre-Raphaelite artist William Morris. Waddesdon Manor is built in the style of a Loire chateau and surrounded by beautiful gardens, Broughton Castle is a wonderful moated castle with elaborate apartments, and Cogges Manor Farm is a 13th century manor house and scheduled ancient monument. Buscot Park displays a wonderful family collection of pictures, furniture and objects d’art.
See our guide to Oxfordshire's Country Houses and Gardens.