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This is an excellent venue for a family gathering, with lots to interest all age groups, including a play park for the little ones, a lovely walk down to the lake, a mansion to explore, plants for sale, and cafes. A mobility scooter was booked...More
I came here with a friend to the cafe whilst en route on a cycling trip from Kidderminster to Malvern. ( I have previously also been whilst looking around the house and park). There is plenty of space both inside and outside the cafe. We...More
It's rare to be able to see the work in progress on a house such as this. Still so much to do and every visitor will help. You need to go on a guided tour to see everything. Wonderful guides. It was a very wet...More
As National Trust members we thought we would just pop in for a quick walk round the grounds and take a quick look at house. We'd spent ages looking round the RAF Defford museum, which is included in the price of admission for non NT...More
If visiting here as a non NT member I would suggest just buying a grounds ticket because the house is almost a shell with most rooms undecorated and unfurnished. The Capability Brown parkland is worth a stroll and the house looks dramatic and imposing from...More
Although several miles away from motorway and main roads, there is ample traditional brown oak leaf signing along the lanes so we found it OK.
The car parking is close to the entrance and well surfaced and spacious so ok for disabled visitors.
We stayed in Pershore and spent several hours visiting here on a beautiful sunny day. The grounds are lovely with marvellous views. The house is only in the early stages of refurbishment but it is still interesting to see what is being done and learn...More
Huge but largely bare mansion after the family sold everything to pay their gambling debts, the RAF connection is really more of an attraction as are the spacious gardens, the first commission for Capability Brown and full of going countryside and water as you would...More
A full morning and part afternoon spent exploring this wonderful parkland, the original beginning of Capability Brown's amazing career.
Blessed to freely roam throughout this wonderful landscape with the Malvern Hills shining as a beautiful backdrop.
The £5 entrance to the incredible walled garden, where...More
We recently visited here on the way back from holiday as not far off the M5. We walked from the car park past the church to the house. There is a shuttle service available for the less able/walking difficulties. At the car park is a...More