The Stratfield Saye Preservation Trust

Flights Holiday Rentals Restaurants Things to do. They [ who? In the 12th century Stratfield was owned by the Stoteville family, and then early in the 13th century this passed by marriage to the Saye family. Files are available under licenses specified on their description page. Review of Stratfield Saye House. Travel feed: The timestamp is only as accurate as the clock in the camera, and it may be completely wrong. I also looked at the exhibition which was very good.

The floor contains Roman mosaic pavements, excavated by the 2nd Duke in , from the Romano-British town of Calleva Atrebatum, modern-day Silchester, nearby. The stables are grade II listed buildings. Date of experience: My own interjection about my forthcoming break in Kent evinced a short silence.

The prints are mainly of Shakespearean scenes, but there are also a number of contemporary portraits. That gave us ample time to explore what is essentially quite a small church. The Daily Telegraph.

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The food was quite acceptable although the menu descriptions were rather more pretentious than the food justified, but enjoyable nonetheless.

Retrieved The numerous monuments which cover most of the available wall space are memorials to the Pitts and the Wellingtons. Date of experience: Allan Warren. We had a superb guide who was a font of information, and highly entertaining. Ask a question about Stratfield Saye House. Welcome to Stratfield Saye, where our family have lived since the 1st Duke of Wellington acquired the estate in following the Battle of Waterloo.

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The Manor of Stratfield Saye was created by the joining of two older manors. March TripAdvisor LLC is not responsible for content on external web sites. The two guides we had were very informative and it lasted 1 and half hours. Taxes, fees not included for deals content.

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Our guide was brilliant, a retired army officer who was informative without being either boring or pompous. Excellent Stratfield Saye House is the home of the Duke of Wellington and his family, descendents of the first Duke, the victor of the Battle of Waterloo.

At the time of our visit we were aware of a lady in an electric wheelchair and her carer. Poor 3. Catherine Wellesley, Duchess of Wellington Children: We were booked on the first guided tour at Thank Peter W.

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