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Dinton Park & Philipps House

Dinton, Salisbury SP3 5HH, England
+44 1672 538014
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Parkland and woodland walk, tranquil.

This NT property has only a very small NT sign at the entrance to the Parking, but it's not that... read more

Reviewed 23 August 2016
Gillingham, United Kingdom
Rather a let down

Had an afternoon to spare in the area and the description seemed quite good. Had our daughter and... read more

Reviewed 15 August 2016
Frome, United Kingdom
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23 Aug 2016
“Parkland and woodland walk, tranquil.”
15 Aug 2016
“Rather a let down”
Dinton, Salisbury SP3 5HH, England
+44 1672 538014
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Reviewed 23 August 2016

This NT property has only a very small NT sign at the entrance to the Parking, but it's not that hard to find. The Philipp's House is not open to the public,but the parkland and a woodland walk are. The NT have printer-friendly downloadable map...More

1  Thank 180michael
Reviewed 15 August 2016

Had an afternoon to spare in the area and the description seemed quite good. Had our daughter and granddaughter with us. Park is not pushchair friendly (NT says disabled access) and we found the pushchair very difficult to push over very rough ground NT says...More

Thank mendiptraveller
Reviewed 21 May 2016 via mobile

Although the house is not open to the public at the moment, the surrounding parkland is definitely worth a visit. Take a picnic and a flask of coffee and enjoy the tranquility of this beautiful parkland.

1  Thank wendos11
Reviewed 22 August 2015

As we were late in the day we did not have the chance to visit Phillips house and experience the tenant pleasant or unpleasant we will never know. This was a baking hot day, one of the few I'm sure we will experience, and we...More

1  Thank Brian-Snellgrove
Reviewed 1 August 2015

We visited here one afternoon and left feeling very disappointed with Dinton Park and the National Trust. We parked the car at Phillipps House ... not realising that this was not allowed and came back to our car being blocked in by the tenant of...More

7  Thank webber5
Reviewed 31 July 2015

One of the most beautiful houses in the Wiltshire countryside. Dinton is certainly a place to visit for a country walk and Philipps House is a treasure worth walking for!

1  Thank Tazz G
Reviewed 15 July 2015

Very pleasant and enjoyable way to spend a visit. Most interesting house and contents. .Visitors are made very welcome indeed.

Thank brian840019
Reviewed 7 July 2015

Had a super walk here today, mansion to the right, lake to the left. Met lots of lucky local doggies who no doubt treat this place as an extension of their back yard! Friendly humans too.

Thank jools3256
Reviewed 12 June 2015

The house was not open when we visited but we enjoyed a long walk through parkland and woods. There are no toilet facilities but a fantastic place for many varied walks.

Thank Diane B
Reviewed 7 April 2015

One of Wiltshire's best kept secrets, this small area of parkland of mature trees and lakes encloses a palladian mansion and an exquisite rococo manor house. All of which lies at the end of one of the Nadder Valley's loveliest and most unspoilt villages. The...More

2  Thank FiNicks
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