The Howse which was so Faire (Discovering Campden House and Gardens)


Built in the 17th century for one of England’s richest merchants, Campden House stood for a mere three decades before it was destroyed in 1645. Its brief existence and subsequent neglect means the grounds contain some of the finest surviving examples of Jacobean garden architecture in the country.

This book is the result of Chipping Campden History Society’s four year research project into this important site in an attempt to answer the question: What did Campden House and Garden Look Like?

Product Description

Publisher: Chipping Campden History Society, 2018
96 pages
‎ 170x250mm

Author Details

Written by members of the History Society

Delivery Information

Royal Mail. Delivery Second class between 3 – 5 working days