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EAST BANQUETING HOUSE

ALTERNATIVE NAME:  EAST BANQUETING HOUSE OF OLD CAMPDEN HOUSE
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One of a pair of similar, but not identical, freestanding banqueting houses situated facing each other about 100m apart at either end of the landscaped Upper Terrace. The building is of three storeys and is built of Cotswold stone ashlar with decorative strapwork and a stone tile roof. The main storey is to the terrace with the two lower storeys below. The pavillion was built between 1609 and 1629. The banquetting house was restored by the Landmark Trust in 1987.

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