By Carol Linfield
This special has either sold out due to huge demand or may no longer be available at the originally advertised price, terms and conditions.
Wed, Sat 11am-5pm 2 April-2 July
Click on "Buy Now" at the top of this page to purchase your voucher(s) -- one for every two people/family attending -- then print and hand them in at the entrance on arrival in exchange for entry.
Once home to the English textile designer, artist, writer and libertarian socialist William Morris, Kelmscott Manor in Oxfordshire is a Grade I-listed farmhouse built from limestone in around 1600. The idyllic country house was William Morris' summer home from 1871, when he signed a joint lease with Pre-Raphaelite painter Dante Gabriel Rossetti. The house still contains many works by Morris -- and by Rosetti -- including furniture, original textiles, pictures, carpets, ceramics and metalwork.
12-2:15, 6-8.45pm Mon, Wed-Thu; 6-8:45pm Fri until 29 Jul
Sat-Sun; bank holidays until 25 Sep
10am-6pm Tue-Wed, 10am-8pm Thu, 10am-7pm Fri until 8 Jul
This offer is valid Tuesday-Thursday until 31 August. Friday nights are an extra £20 and Saturday nights are an extra £25 (payable direct to the hotel on booking)
12-10:30pm Sat; 12-4:30pm Sun; 12-3:30, 6-10:30pm Mon-Fri until 30 Sep
11, 18, 25 Jun; 23, 30 Jul; 6, 13 Aug; +£4 16 Jul