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A place to come back to Now owned by the National Trust, Baddesley Clinton was the home of the Ferrers family for 500 years. Much of the house you see today was built by Henry Ferrers, a lawyer, diarist and antiquarian, in the late 1500s. The house...more
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Went at Easter. Be aware they used a booking system for parking which made it less busy at a busy time of year. Timed visit to manor. Went straight in. Unlike Coughton Court where there was a 4 hour wait. The house was beautiful. They...More
Not only is this a beautiful manor house with a moat, it has a fascinating history and a beautiful garden to enjoy. The staff were helpful and informative. I would highly reommend a visit here though have to say that our experience of the food...More
We took the grandchildren to Baddesley for a picnic and we all had a wonderful time.
Space and tables & chairs to eat out in the open with nice views. (Just lookout for the nosey ducks.)
Plenty of open space and woodland to explore and...More
Interesting property , well worth a visit. Catering not really up to snuff. Very limited choice. Better bet is the cafe at Packwood House which is only two miles away and well well worth a visit in its own right.
Great moated house with tons of history, complete with priest holes and a first floor chapel
Very well laid out
Gardens today were exceptional, gorgeous spring flowers
Cafe good but as with all NT properties so busy
So privileged to re-visit again.
Loved the graphics now introduced to illustrate the influence of the women who lived at Baddesley Clinton! Really appreciated the stories of their lives and additional information!
Well done National Trust!
We visit Baddesley often as we only live in Coventry. We enjoy seeing the gardens at different seasons. The garden this morning was magnificent. There's an abundance of daffodils everywhere and the flower beds are full of a variety of spring flowers. However, the meals...More
What a lovely house BC is. Nothing grand about it, just a comfortable well-lived in home that just happens to be over 400 years old. Set in lovely grounds and surrounded by a moat, it is steeped in history.
Wow, what a house. So different to the great big houses the National Trusts usually have on show. This one by comparison is small and as such it is much more of a house than the others.
The setting is perfect with a moat around...More
I am a member of the National Trust, so it is free entry. I suggested that you look at the National Trust Website, which will give you the up to date information on prices and opening times. I hope this was of help to you.