I love it here the walks are stunning and the house is just wonderful it is really great for lunch and a wonderful place to take the grandchildren
The best snowdrop display we have ever seen, it was sunny too , although it was busy there was plenty of outdoor space, the mansion was not fully open so we booked for a guided tour which took about an hour and was led by a very knowledgeable lady , the cafe was rather odd as my husband had to... More
Just had a lovely evening walking through the lanterns and saw the snowdrops lit up amongst the trees. Enjoyed sitting on a hay bale by a bonfire sipping mulled wine. For us it was good value as we are National Trust members and did not have to pay - not sure what the cost would be for non members.
A National Trust property with a charming house and lovely walks upto about 2 miles. Many events are held throughout the year and there is a children's playground. There is a deer park with deer's that are regularly seen rather than hidden away in the woods. The house whilst not large has a lovely staircase and gallery. Worth a look... More
If you're a fan of the drama Downton Abbey then visit Attingham. A splendid estate whose family ties date from the time of Henry VIII this park has extensive lands and a lovely manor to tour. The park was used as a hospital during WWII and many markers exist to mark it's history and use. The park also has about... More
Nothing beats here for an outdoor walk with lovely tea rooms , would revisit when in area next dog friendly and lots of different walks to do
A lovely place to go to walk at different times of the year - and to see the big herd of deer! always a different aspect of nature to enjoy.
Attingham Park is a marvellous jewel to have nearby. It's beautiful & popular. But to me each successive visit is increasingly disappointing. On the face of it the estate represents a delightful & relaxing space. In reality it's a succession of tastefully painted signs telling you what you can and cannot go and what can and cannot do. The nannying... More
Over the past few years Attingham Park has been spoilt out of all recognition. So disappointed with the National Trust's desire to make money at all costs that I have cancelled my membership. This was once a beautiful park now its more like a theme park
Visited on the last weekend before Christmas and it was fantastic. We did the WWII walk which was a pleasant distance and amongst the deer. The main house was very interesting and decorated very nicely for Christmas. The highlight of the trip was afternoon tea. Sensational! ! Only £15 each and the food was lovely. Set in a lovely room... More
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