Chenies Manor House
and Gardens



Chenies Manor House is one of the UK’s finest Tudor Mansion Houses. Steeped in history, the Grade I Listed building is set in Buckinghamshire’s charming estate village of Chenies and overlooks the Chess Valley. The venue’s grounds boast award winning gardens and original 13th Century features including a Medieval well, a dungeon and a reputed priest hole.

Just outside the gates, to the East of Chenies Manor, is the Parish Church of St Michael and the private Bedford Chapel. Elements of St Michael’s Church date back to the 12th Century and it features a grand working organ which is frequently used for services.
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Beautifully nestled in the natural beauty of the surrounding Chiltern landscape, Chenies Manor is open to visitors and used as Buckinghamshire’s choice venue for wedding ceremonies, wedding receptions, events, filming and guided tours. The idyllic rural setting of the manor also benefits close proximity to London and London Heathrow, situated just outside of the M25.

Although it has never been occupied by Royalty, Chenies Manor was once known as Chenies Palace. The Cheyne family owned the manor from 1180 and passed the house by marriage to the Russell family in 1526. It is now the family home of Charles and Boo Macleod Matthews.

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OPENING TIMES



We are open from 2nd April – 31st October 2018 inclusive.

Every Wednesday and Thursday: 2-5pm.

Garden only
Adults £6, Children £4

House and Garden
Adults £8, Children £5

Children ages 3-14. Children under 3 enter free of charge.

Also open:

28th and 29th April - 2-5pm (Tulip Festival)
Bank holiday Monday 7th May 2-5pm (Tulip Festival)
Bank holiday Monday 28th May 2-5pm (Dog Show/Family Day)
Bank holiday Monday 27th August 2-5pm (Dahlias).
Sunday 15th July 10am-5pm (Plant Fair)

For further details and to pre-book tickets for our events, please visit our events page.

We accept cash, cheques and debit/credit cards.

Private groups by arrangement (minimum number 20).

Well-controlled dogs welcome on a lead.