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Christmas at Chastleton

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Christmas at Chastleton

27 November-5 December

Chastleton, Moreton-in-Marsh

This Christmas we invite you to imagine the festive season as enjoyed by the first owner of Chastleton House, Walter Jones.

See the house decked in traditional Jacobean style, complete with dried flowers and greenery from the garden. Along the way, you can discover stories of how the Jones family may have celebrated the season. The kitchen will be the heart of festive preparation, with ale and food arriving through the Twelve Days of Christmas.

Opening times for Christmas are every day from Saturday 27 November to Sunday 5 December, 11 am to 3 pm. Last entry into the house at 2.30 pm.

We look forward to welcoming you to a traditional Jacobean Christmas experience at Chastleton.

More information here

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