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This is a category about listed building number
1125041.
English: Cliveden is a mansion in Buckinghamshire, England (not to be confused with Cliveden, Pennsylvania) overlooking the River Thames owned by the National Trust and operated as a hotel by Von Essen Hotels. The present house was built in 1851 by the architect Charles Barry for George Sutherland-Leveson-Gower, 3rd Duke of Sutherland.
Cliveden 
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Italianate mansion and estate situated above the River Thames at Taplow, Buckinghamshire
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Instance of historic house museum,
English country house,
hotel
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Location South Bucks, United Kingdom
Architectural style
  • Renaissance Revival architecture
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Maintained by
Heritage designation
  • Grade I listed building
official website
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GND ID: 4418545-5
National Heritage List for England number: 1125041
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51° 33′ 31″ N, 0° 41′ 18″ W

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