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Hughenden Manor

Hughenden Manor was the home of Victorian prime minister and statesman Benjamin Disraeli from 1848 until his death in 1881. Most of his furniture, books and pictures remain in this, his private retreat.

There are beautiful walks through the surrounding park and Chiltern woodlands while the garden is a recreation of the colourful design of his wife, Mary Anne. This property is owned by the National Trust.

General Interest:
  • Guided and out of hours tours for booked groups
  • For disabled visitors: designated parking, drop off point, manual wheelchairs, adapted WC
  • Ground floor only accessible to wheelchair users
  • Braille guide, large print guide
  • Sympathetic hearing scheme
  • Licensed restaurant
  • Baby changing facilities
  • Suitable for school groups
  • Dogs under close control, only in park and woodland
  • Free parking

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    1 and half miles N of High Wycombe on W side of the Great Missenden road (A4128)

    Hughenden Manor Postcode for SatNav: HP14 4LA


    +44 (0)1494 755 573
    +44 (0)1494 755 565 (infoline)
    +44 (0)01494 474 284

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