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WEST BANQUETING HOUSE

ALTERNATIVE NAME:  WEST BANQUETING HOUSE TO OLD CAMPDEN HOUSE
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One of a pair of pavilions at each end of the great terrace at Old Campden House. Built of rubble with ashlar dressings and a Cotswold stone roof. The banqueting house is of two storeys with an elaborate pierced parapet and barley-sugar chimneys. The interior retains some original features. At the time of the survey the building was inhabited by sheep. The building is now owned by the Landmark Trust who have begun restoration work.

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