Call us: 01494 762888

Chenies,   Buckinghamshire,   WD3 6ER.    Telephone:  01494 762888

Welcome to Chenies Manor House and Gardens

From the picturesque village green a private gravel drive leads invitingly up to the Manor House. Immediately outside the gates is the church of St Michael , together with the private Bedford Chapel. The front gates open into the Inner Court, leading to the house and gardens. Guided tours of the house are available. 

The gardens have nearly full wheelchair access, the pathways are gravel and there is a lavatory for the disabled. We are unable to provide wheelchair access in the house. 

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Elizabeth MacLeod Matthews with her dogs

This historic and enchanting Tudor Manor House with its Award Winning Gardens is set in the charming estate village of Chenies in Buckinghamshire overlooking the Chess valley. The architectural historian Nickolaus Pevsner described the manor house as: 

"Beautifully mellow under the trees by the church, and archaeologically a fascinating puzzle"  

The 22 individual cut brick chimneys distinguish the manor house and are echoed throughout the estate village. 

At Chenies Manor we offer:

• Guided tours of the house.
• Refreshments for your visit: we serve delicious
home made teas and cakes.
• Gift Shop where you can buy guidebooks, 
   mementos, local produce
and plants.  
• Art exhibitions during the Summer. 

Sunken Garden in the Summer

Opening Times & Admission Charges 

We are open from, 
1st April - 29th October 2015 inclusive.  

Every Wednesday & Thursday: 2.00pm - 5.00pm 
Bank Holiday Mondays: 2.00pm - 5.00pm. 

Entrance to House and Garden £7. Children £4
Entrance to Garden and Exhibition £5.
Children £3.50 

Groups by Appointment. We only accept cash or cheques. (We do not have credit card facilities)


All cars come into the village of Chenies (WD3 6ER) and follow the gravel drive past the church for free parking.  
All coaches use the entrance marked "Great House Farm" (on the A404 towards Amersham) using the post code WD3 6EP.  

Disabled Access 

We are sorry but NO dogs are allowed in the house & gardens (except assistance dogs) The gardens have nearly full wheelchair access, the pathways are all gravel, there is a lavatory for the disabled. 
We are unable to provide wheelchair access in the house.

BBC Antiques Roadshow at Chenies Manor - 3rd July 2014 

More than 3,000 people joined the queues for a chance to have their rare, precious or just curious objects viewed and valued by the experts, when the BBC Antiques Roadshow visited Chenies Manor last summer.
With blue skies, brilliant sunshine and the gardens brimming over with spectacular flowers, the waiting game seemed quite appealing and the ambience remained relaxed and friendly as Fiona Bruce and her team honoured their pledge that everyone would get a valuation.
At the end of the day both experts and visitors were still smiling and the “treasures” brought to the show at Chenies provided enough intrigue and interest to fill two programmes on consecutive Sundays in October. 
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Page last updated January 2015 
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