Chavenage House is a sprawling Elizabethan country house of grey Cotswold stone. See the chamber where Oliver Cromwell slept when he visited here with General Ireton in 1648. The interior rooms feature historic tapestries, Cromwellian relics, and fine period furnishings. The house was extended in the early 20th century and boasts a lovely Edwardian ballroom. Chavenage has featured in so many feature films and television dramas over the years that to list them all here would take ages. A few popular films in which Chavenage was used include Lark Rise to Candleford, Cider with Rosie, The House of Eliot, and the Agatha Christie mystery The Mysterious Affair at Styles.