Saturday, September 22, 2012

Aynhoe Park, is a Grade I listed 17th-century country house rebuilt after the English Civil War on the southern edge of the stone-built village of Aynho near Banbury, Oxfordshire. It overlooks the Cherwell valley that divides Northamptonshire from Oxfordshire. The house represents four architectural periods: Jacobean, Carolean and both the early 18th and 19th centuries. The house is in private ownership and no longer open to the public but can be hired for some private functions.