Hughenden Manor

Hughenden Manor

Home of Victorian Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli from 1848-1881, now a National Trust property. Situated near High Wycombe.

National Trust House and gardens. Entry fee for the House and gardens, but there is open access to some of the parkland around the House, and lots of walks in the surrounding Hughenden Woods. Hughenden Manor was the home of Victorian Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli from 1848-1881. Disraeli and his wife Mary Anne planted dark evergreen trees in the woods near the Manor. Disraeli’s grave is next to the Church. A ‘winterbourne’ stream flows through the Manor grounds following wet winter weather.


Hughenden, High Wycombe, HP14 4LA

HP14 4LB
Accessibility/terrain/walk info

Ground floor of house accessible, No access to upper floors, limited garden access. One mile walk through Hughenden Manor Estate

Facilities & accessibility

Shop and restaurant. Study base for booked groups

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