South Oxfordshire

South Oxfordshire GardensThe principal town is Henley-on-Thames. Other settlements include Didcot, Thame, Wallingford and Watlington. The River Thames meanders through the district for 47 miles. The south-eastern part of the district lies within the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Parks and Gardens

In the list below, click on ‘Historic England’ to see the Register entry in the National Heritage List for England. Click on ‘Parks and Gardens UK’ to see the entry in the Parks & Gardens database, curated by Hestercombe

Ascott (Grade II) Historic EnglandParks & Gardens UK

Beckley Park (Grade II*) Historic EnglandParks & Gardens UK

Fairmile Hospital (Grade II) Historic EnglandParks & Gardens UK

Friar Park (Grade II) Historic EnglandParks & Gardens UK

Garsington Manor (Grade II*) Historic EnglandParks & Gardens UK

Greys Court (Grade II) Historic England, Parks & Gardens UKNational Trust

Nuneham Courtney (Grade I) Historic EnglandParks & Gardens UK

Shirburn Castle (Grade II) Historic EnglandParks & Gardens UK

Shotover (Grade I) Historic EnglandParks & Gardens UK

Stonor (Grade II*) Historic EnglandParks & Gardens UK

Thame Park (Grade II*) Historic EnglandParks & Gardens UK

Capability Brown research project (CB300)

Walled Kitchen Gardens