The annual Easter trail at a country house is set to return, along with a new nature walk.

The trail at Tumblestone Hollow, at Stonor Park, near Henley, is returning this holiday.

This year the trail, which features Easter riddles, will be open from March 29 until April 14.

Filled with challenges to protect The Dark Stone from The Moon Witch, every riddle leads to a chocolate treat.

Children can explore the stone circle, play on treehouses and decks, and enjoy craft sessions and storytelling at select timings.

Lady Ailsa Camoys, custodian of Stonor Park, said: "Easter is traditionally the time to cast off the gloom of winter and what better way to do that than by enjoying some outdoor fun with friends and family in an exciting and beautiful setting.

 “After such a long winter, it’s wonderful to see the first signs of spring and we’re very excited to welcome visitors back."

There's also a new nature walk designed to showcase the diversity of nature at the park.

The Rumble Huts offers a variety of foods, including wood-fired pizzas, gourmet burgers, American-style milkshakes and Italian gelato ice creams.

Those who share their Easter trail journey on Instagram stand a chance to win a chocolate egg in a Tumblestone Hollow design, crafted by Tutu Chocolate.

The park is also open between 1pm and 5pm on March 31 and April 1.

Visit the Stonor Park website for tickets and more details.