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Boscobel House and its Royal Oak tree became famous as hiding places of King Charles II after defeat at the Battle of Worcester in 1651. After Charles’s visit Boscobel remained a working farm, and today you can visit the lodge, farmyard, gardens and a descendant of The Royal Oak. White Ladies Priory, another of Charles's hiding places, is a short walk away.
Boscobel House and the Royal Oak is open weekends only throughout the winter (see opening times). The 1940s themed tearoom (not managed by English Heritage) is open Wednesday - Sunday from 8.30am - 5pm.