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Boscobel House

Boscobel House and its Royal Oak tree is well known for being the hiding place of King Charles II after the defeat at the Battle of Worcester 1651. Boscobel continued to operate as a farm and the lodge, farmyard, gardens and the offspring of The Royal Oak tree can be visited to discover more about this historic place. For a further look into the history of King Charles II, you can visit White Ladies Priory, which was another place he hid and is only a small walk from Boscobel House.

Boscobel House is roughly 40 minutes drive from Yarnfield Park, making it an easy place to visit during your stay with us.