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A truly beautiful estate set in the Cotswolds. This really is a national treasure and I urge anyone who hasn't visited to tondo so! Yes...the facilities are limited to an extent but you're not going here for a meal out people! The walks are picturesque,...More
We met family here for a day out having never been before. The estate is huge with some long and scenic walks which we did one of (2 miles). The house is small, very old and moated and is one of the most picturesque we...More
If you feel like a good walk, there are lots that you can do at this place, lovely house , little bookshop, the upper tea room is now closed for the winter, but there is one by the house with most things that you may...More
A very quaint country place maintained by National Trust.
Small entry fee gets you access to the moated house.
The house is safe to walk all the way round, with real log fire and great volunteers who are happy to share information about the building...More
Aboslutely stunning parkland with plenty of walks of different lengths which should suit all abilities. We were impressed we could take our dog with us all round the parkland. There is some tree maintenance taking place at the moment however we were still able to...More
This place was on my list of National Trust sites to visit. The old house, gatehouse and chapel ruins were fascinating places to walk around. There was a strong sense of history attached to these buildings. The garden and surrounding moat is beautifully landscaped...catching a...More
This charming national trust property is a real insight into life in a Tudor style house. It was a residents for generations of a farming family after it ceased being a manor. The great hall is well recreated. The level of light gives you an...More
We arrived at 1pm ready for lunch in the cafe but were disappointed as the cafe did not live up to the National Trust's reputation. There were only 5 sandwiches available and only one was with brown bread. Other food available was tomato soup or...More