The vibe, darling
Sweeping grounds, bright sunshine, glamorous outfits… the event is one long, beautiful garden party. Even if you have just a cursory look at the cars before retreating to your picnic blanket for the rest of the day, you’ll have won at the weekend. Leave the petrol heads admiring the Ferraris while you head over to explore Stonor’s formal Italianate pleasure gardens, or wander among the fragrant herbs in the charming old kitchen garden. Chat, sunbathe, amble around – you’re attending a party in the grounds of one of Visit Britain’s 25 Most Magnificent Stately Homes!
Pull up to the bumper
We defy even the most car-averse not to cast a covetous eye over the 500 staggering supercars and hypercars on site. Expect a collection of the world’s most vibrant and dynamic supercars, plus gorgeous vintage models from throughout the decades, and some genuinely fascinating displays of car restoration. Trust us, it’s actually really cool to see the cars taken apart and tinkered with. Maybe it’ll even help next time we need to change a tyre…
Fill her to the top
Did somebody say just eat? We can’t promise you Snoop Dog (although let’s just pause a moment to imagine SD hanging out in the Oxfordshire countryside), BUT we’re happy to confirm more fresh fish and chips, zingy noodles, vegan dishes, ice cream and waffles, coffee stands and cocktail bars at Supercar Sunday than you’ll find on the hungriest rapper’s rider.
Go play over there
Not you (*sigh*), the kids. With its magical wooden winding walkways, rope bridges, and climbing options Stonor’s adventure playground Tumblestone Hollow is an absolute boon for younger families, and it’s ideal if you don’t think the kids will last all day lazing about in the May sunshine. Fun fact: Entry to the playground is also included in the ticket price so what you save on your kids you can spend on another cocktail. Ah yes, the perfect circle of parenting.