Althorp House


Related to Althorp House: Princess Diana

Althorp House

(ˈɔːlθɔːp; -θrʌp)
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(Named Buildings) a mansion in Northamptonshire: seat of the Earls Spencer since 1508; originally a medieval house; altered (1787) to its present neoclassical style by Henry Holland. Diana, Princess of Wales is buried on Round Oval Island in the centre of the ornamental lake in Althorp Park
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WHERE: Princess Diana's family home, Althorp House, Northamptonshire, NN7 4HQ.
uk LOTS ON OFFER KEY lots include: A private tour of Althorp House in |Northamptonshire for up to 20 people hosted by Earl Spencer with private lunch (or tea) in one of the dining rooms.
At the turn of the 20th century, these were selected and reselected by Silas Cole, the head gardener at Althorp House, to give even bigger and frillier flowers.
At the turn of the 20th century, these were selected and reselected to give even bigger and frillier flowers by Silas Cole, Head Gardener at Althorp House.
Althorp House can be hired for weddings at around PS50,000.
Price includes Private coach travel throughout One night dinner, bed and cooked breakfast Entrance to Althorp House Afternoon tea in the State Dining Room Visit to Stratford-upon-Avon Services of our tour driver CODE: 57123 4 days from Code: 68459 Buckingham Palace, PS269.
Admission: Free ALTHORP HOUSE The Stables, Althorp, Northampton 01604 770107 www.
Curtis and Coyne are now touring the country with the music and among their future concert are performances at Althorp House, the home of the late Princess Diana as well as Birmingham Cathedral and Lincoln Cathedral.
1998: The Diana Museum at Althorp House was opened by Earl Spencer, on what would have been Diana's 37th birthday.
ON Saturday Aug 16, I went for a day trip to Althorp House, Northampton.
Loyal royalists will enjoy a visit to the Barcelo Daventry Hotel, in Northamptonshire, at the same rate and get free entry to Princess Diana's family home, Althorp House.
The second time we met was at Althorp House where Lord Spencer had a charity dinner for 100 people for Mandela's Aids charity.