Waterperry House and its famous ornamental gardens are 7 miles east of Oxford
Waterperry House owes its graceful Queen Anne frontage to Sir John Curson, who had it rebuilt in 1713. Later the Waterperry School of Horticulture, the property was acquired by the School in 1971.
Offering beautiful rooms in stunning surroundings, Waterperry House is a tranquil escape.
You can view the stunning frescoes at Waterperry here.
For room hire, please contact Jennie Buchanan on firstname.lastname@example.org