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Beautiful house and gardens

This visit was a surprising treat. A guided tour around the house with a delightful, and very... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
HCornell
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Harrogate, United Kingdom
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Brief visit to Brodsworth

We visited Brodsworth yesterday, arriving at 10am. Lovely position, lots of open space with parking... read more

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carol w
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Liverpool, United Kingdom
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Reviewed April 2, 2018

Well signed from the main road and lots of parking, they use the grass when the car park is full on event days.
The main house was shut in July 2017 when we visited but you could book a guided tour for the ground floor. Interesting to hear about the layers of dog poo on the carpets as the owner let them have free rein in the house.
The gardens are beautiful with lots of hidden nooks and crannies,don't rely too much on the free map.
There was a gymkhana on, a falconry display and the free rides on the Penny Farthing so well worth the admittance fee even with the house being closed.

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Reviewed April 2, 2018 via mobile

Not a traditional stately home visit. This place is like walking into someone’s home from 100 years ago (albeit someone with a lot of money!). The scale of the rooms is especially impressive and the feeling that someone just walked out and left it as it is is very odd. Grounds great too - even on a wet Sunday! Well worth a visit.

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Reviewed April 1, 2018 via mobile

Great walk around the gardens and house. Really enjoyed all the old photos and property that displays 200 years of ownership and inheritance. Interesting stories of the rise and fall of the building. Nice tearoom too.

Thank Chris B
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Reviewed April 1, 2018

The Hall and gardens are a fantastic place to visit. There is always something new to see. Gardens are teriffic.

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Reviewed March 31, 2018 via mobile

The hall is in countryside near to Doncaster and close to the A1. There is plenty of free parking close to the visitor centre at the bottom of the drive. There are nicely maintained grounds, a good cafe and an interesting house to visit. It is English Heritage so free to Members . In Summer they have bands but not this early in the season.

Thank Nigel B
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