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All reviews manor house car park tea room national trust apple store well worth a visit the main house lovely house different eras water lilies little gem drove down extensive grounds rolling countryside norman church timber framed house old house
We first visited the site over 40 years ago. A lot has changed since then. Most importantly the fact that you can now visit the whole house. We were welcomed by a very enthusiastic and knowledgeable volunteer who gave us a history of the building...More
My wife and I enjoyed our visit to the Brockhampton estate on a mild October morning. We had a pleasant chat with the volunteer at the entrance to the estate - he was very enthusiastic and concerned we should see it all! There is ample...More
Brockhampton Estate is at the bottom of a very wide valley with extensive walks through varying countryside and viwepoints not to be missed. During the summer months there are two cafés, one at the main entrance that us about three quarters of a mile from...More
We went there as part of "Heritage Open Days" Free events.
The site of the timber framed Manor house is unspoilt, you could easily be transported back 200 years (to when the adjacent fram buildings were constructed)
The house is not large or grand, but...More
If you come from abroad and wish to see a beautiful 14 Centary unspoilt house, complete with moat and a a wooden gatehouse, All complete in an amazing surroundings, then this is a must. Set in beautiful garden the house is wonderfully preserved. It is...More
Lovely long drive down to property. The moat house is a total delight and could not believe someone lived here until 4 years ago. The house was full of lovely stories and the young man;s letter to his parents made me cry. Took away the...More
Staff were very enthusiastic about their work. All were helpful.
At the bottom site:
Good sized car park with easy access.
Lovely gate house with access to the top floor although there wasn’t much up there.
Beautiful main house with an interesting and informative lay...More
Response from Manfred B | Reviewed this property |
As far as I am aware it is possible to obtain NT Gift Cards at NT's Onsite Shops (not sure whether this includes the Brockhampton Estate) or alternatively through the National Trust Online Shop or from Larger Sainsbury’s or... More
As far as I am aware it is possible to obtain NT Gift Cards at NT's Onsite Shops (not sure whether this includes the Brockhampton Estate) or alternatively through the National Trust Online Shop or from Larger Sainsbury’s or from WH Smith Stores.