It is 1968, and Daphne Morton has taken a job for the summer season at Quimsby Hall in Hampshire, where she expects to work as a guide or in its shop serving visitors to the estate. But when she arrives, she finds that she is only one of twenty-four young and pretty women who have been offered work there, and it is not what any of them were expecting! Stripped naked, collared, and caged they learn that Quimsby Hall is running secret “Sex Safaris” where young women are displayed in their “natural habitats” becoming intimate with each other, while secretly being spied upon by male “guests” with cameras.
The women have to play out scenarios where they sunbathe and make love naked, play strip tennis, have lesbian encounters around swimming pools and barns, clean floors on their hands and knees dressed in skimpy French maid costumes, play naughty games of croquet, try on sexy underwear in front of two-way mirrors, have intimate fun picking flowers in the woods, bend over pews naked in a church, and many more. And all for the entertainment of their unseen guests.
Those guests who what to pay a little extra can intrude on these fantasies and introduce these wayward women to “proper” sex. If they resist then they can be tied down, strapped up or bound tight and spanked until they submit. And somehow, every time, the women find themselves succumbing to the delights of male domination and climaxing as those hard members are pumped into them again and again.
If that was not bad enough, the captive women are kept in caged beds in the Hall cellars, where they are tended by tough lesbian “Keepers” armed with electric prods. They must also indulge the desires of Lady Quimsby, the determined owner of the Hall, who is running the Sex Safaris to save the estate from ruin. Throughout all this the women are sustained by the love they find amongst their chain mates, and the remarkable stimulating effects of the special “Quimcake” they are fed. This makes the fantasies they act out more believable and boosts their sexual passion and desire.
But can they survive three months of such treatment? And will they be the same women they once were when they return home?