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Visited Benthall on a sunny October afternoon. A walk around the rooms downstairs and upstairs reveale an interesting story about the family.Took a stroll around the well kept gardens. Finished off by partaking of a pot of tea waitress served in the courtyard all very...More
Being National Trust members we tend to visit one or two locations if we are away from home and where slightly disappointed that while staying in the Bridgnorth area most of the local properties have such limited opening times, however we did manage to fit...More
Really enjoyed our first visit to Benthall Hall which is a fascinating insight into the Bentall family though the centuries. The house is easy to get around and the volunteers are most helpful with great insight into the uses of each of the rooms. Unusually...More
Not, by any means, the National Trust's largest or most impressive property, but well worth a couple of hours' exploration. The house itself is quite small, and can get very busy. It's probably best to explore the delightful gardens and try one of two parkland...More
One of the smaller NT properties but no less interesting than many of the better known larger ones. You'll need to plan a visit because of limited opening but well worth making the effort.
We started with the tea room situated in the house. It's...More
Lovely car park with a short walk to the house. When we first entered we were greeted by a lovely friendly Gentleman who advised what room to start in. A lady gave a talk about the people who lived in the hall over the decades,...More
Response from demoncodger | Reviewed this property |
Yes, I believe it is closed for the winter. The family still live in part of the house and the National Trust will take the opportunity to deep clean the parts open to the public next season. My advice would be to keep an... More
Yes, I believe it is closed for the winter. The family still live in part of the house and the National Trust will take the opportunity to deep clean the parts open to the public next season. My advice would be to keep an eye on their website which will give details of the reopening times.