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Basing House Ruins

Basing House Ruins was once the country's largest private house, the palace of William Paulet, 1st Marquis of Winchester who was Lord Treasurer of England under three Tudor monarchs. The Civil War brought disaster to Basing which fell to Oliver Cromwell in person after 2 and a half years of siege in 1645. The ruins, which cover about 10 acres, contain Norman earthworks, the remains of Tudor kitchens, cellars, towers, a 300 foot long tunnel, a spectacular barn, Civil War defences designed by Inigo Jones and recently re-created 16/17th century formal garden.

  • In room Pamper Packages & Treatments

  • Clay Pigeon Shooting

  • Summer Sizzler Offer

  • Christmas 2014 at Oakley Hall

  • Wedding Fayre 28th Sep 2014

  • Traditional Afternoon Tea

  • In room Pamper Packages & Treatments

  • Clay Pigeon Shooting

  • Summer Sizzler Offer

  • Christmas 2014 at Oakley Hall

  • Wedding Fayre 28th Sep 2014

  • Traditional Afternoon Tea