Cliveden


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Cliveden

(ˈklɪvdən)
n
(Named Buildings) a mansion in Buckinghamshire, on the N bank of the Thames near Maidenhead: formerly the home of Nancy Astor and the scene of gatherings of politicians and others (known as the Cliveden Set); now a hotel
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She ran the Cliveden estate in Buckinghamshire, where War Secretary John Profumo met Christine Keeler, then 19, swimming naked in the pool.
Mr Ward, who lived in a Thames-side summer house on Viscount Astor's estate at Cliveden, arranged an unsuccessful screen test for her with Douglas Fairbanks Jr.
CLIVEDEN, BUCKINGHAMSHIRE CLIVEDEN'S maze is made from more than 1,000 twometre-high yew trees, creating 500m of winding paths.
Berkshire Cliveden House, Taplow UP THE GARDEN PATH: On the banks of the Thames, the 376 acres of gardens and woodland surrounding this former stately home are always a joy.
SEVERAL YEARS AGO ON A TRIP TO ENGLAND with my husband, brother-in-law, and sister-in-law, we stayed at Cliveden, an Italianate mansion and estate in the heart of the Berkshire countryside.
Already a Michelin-starred chef, it's just a matter of time before he garners awards at his new home in the relaxed splendour of Cliveden House.
Stephen Ward introduced John Profumo, former secretary of state for war, to showgirl Christine Keeler at a bash at Lord Astor's Cliveden home in Berkshire.
I have a letter from John Profumo and I have also seen the lodge where Stephen Ward lived near the Cliveden Estate.
Dave And the bag also included 34, tweets: "Nearly one of Mumford by driving the offer of a luxurious overnight break at Spring Cottage on the Cliveden Estate, Berkshire, or a stay at the Treehouse Suite at Chewton Glen Hotel & Spa, costing PS1854 or PS700 respectively.
It sold its 60 percent stake in the towers at the Cliveden at Grange development for SGD204.
The von Essen group owns 28 top-class country house and castle hotels across the UK, including The Samling in Cumbria, Cliveden in Berkshire - the scene of many of the events in the 1960s Profumo Affair - and Sharrow Bay in Cumbria.
ClickPress, Mon Apr 18 2011] The National Trust has revealed a 'lost' maze in the gardens at Cliveden in Buckinghamshire that disappeared for over half a century and has now been re-created using over 1,000 two metre (six feet six inches) high yew trees.