Grey’s Court. Oxfordshire

Yet another National Trust gem, Grey’s Court is located in a serene setting in the Oxfordshire countryside near to Henley-On-Thames (also well worth a visit).  Although, the manor house itself is relatively small compared to other National Trust properties, it is nevertheless charming and well maintained.  However, the gardens are extensive, colourful and well laid out.  Whilst we were there we were also rewarded with a sea of bluebells in an adjacent wooded area which in the light was quite spectacular (posted earlier).  Like other National Trust properties, a visit to Grey’s Court comes highly recommended.

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