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As a country retreat, this is some place. All showing off with great style. As well as the bling of the house, there are excellent and friendly staff who have really taken the trouble to learn the history of the house and estate. At this...More
Stunning grounds to romp around in your wellies.
The house is big and beautiful with lots to look at
Swings on the trees
Rather long queue for a cuppa and didn’t have time today
Otherwise a perfect way to spend an hour or two (or...More
We were there for the Misrule and Merriment and to see the Montacute Dancers. From 3pm to 7pm, there was entertainment with a Jester and his Wife who interacted with visitors, even getting us to join in a dance. There was mask making for children...More
We're life members and enjoy trying properties that are new to us, however, on this occasion we had a really disappointing experience,
We came on Boxing Day as it said online that the house was to be open from 3pm - no problem. What they...More
This is a top notch, large and well preserved house. Full of interest and packed with historical detail. When my wife and I visited there was a special exhibition of Tudor paintings, borrowed from the National Portrait Gallery. This was truly excellent. My only criticism...More
After a two year break took a friend for a visit. Still a fabulous place and as it was quiet the stewards were able to chat and give us a lot of info that they most probably couldn't have if it was rammed liked the...More
Yes they do and free parking. All parking is free providing you are a member. Some places one has to scan your national trust card, then you get a ticket to put in the car. Other places just accept the National Trust car... More
Yes they do and free parking. All parking is free providing you are a member. Some places one has to scan your national trust card, then you get a ticket to put in the car. Other places just accept the National Trust car sticker.
Morning. The entrance to the cafe and courtyard area appeared to be only accessible after going through the main entrance. I cannot recall an entrance direct to the cafe from the car park. Sorry I cannot help durther.