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  1. Ashdown | Oxfordshire | National Trust. Unusual Dutch-style house on the Berkshire Downs. Opening times. Prices. See on map. Book a visit. Visitor information. Things to see and do. About Ashdown. Opening times. Entry to the house is by booked tour only, at 2pm, 3pm and 4pm Wednesdays and Saturdays 3 April - 26 October. Book a visit. M. T. W. T. F.

  2. Ashdown House (also known as Ashdown Park) is a 17th-century country house in the civil parish of Ashbury in the English county of Oxfordshire. Until 1974 the house was in the county of Berkshire, and the nearby village of Lambourn remains in that county.

  3. Built by Lord William Craven for Elizabeth Stuart – the woman known as the Winter Queen – Ashdown House marks the culmination of a story of royalty and war, love and devotion.

  4. My Ashdown; Resources. Reporting Problems; Address, Mail, and Packages; Internet Access; Front Desk Inventory; Room Reservations; AV Guide; Resident Feedback; Fun Fund; Sustainability; Email Lists; External Resources; For Officers. Ashdown Wiki; Reimbursements; FAQ; Alumni

  5. Visit historic Ashdown House for guided tours of the portrait-adorned staircase, rooftop views over three counties, woodland walks complete with a tree trail and the chance to spot the resident deer. Climb the staircase. Carved from oak and elm, the staircase at Ashdown is a striking example of 17th-century craftsmanship.

  6. Ashdown House - British Folklore. This tall narrow mansion built by William, First Earl of Craven (1606-97), is said by family tradition among his descendants to have been intended as a gift for the beautiful and vivacious Princess Elizabeth, sister of Charles I, also known as the ‘Winter Queen’ or ‘Queen of Hearts’.

  7. Open to the public. Historic house or home in Berkshire. 23 artworks. Part of National Trust. Plan a visit. More about. About the venue. Ashdown House, originally a hunting lodge, looks more like a tall doll’s house stranded on the Berkshire Downs. The architect was probably the Dutch-born gentleman amateur Captain William Winde (before 1647–1722).