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All reviews national trust rothschild family tea room the ground floor car park open to the public chinese porcelain on display worth a visit stunning gardens nt property lily pond wonderful paintings magnolia trees room guides nt members spring flowers
Wife & I visited last summer but as they had a gardening show on the house was closed. Made up for it this time. A simply stunning property. Not one of the larger National Trust outlets, but the contents more than make up for the...More
We went to gardens on a very wet day so we could enjoy some lunch. We had a lovely toastie each with the plenty of extras and then coffee cake afterwards. The coffee cake is AMAZING! Ascott House is worth a visit just for the...More
Date of experience: April 2019
The Royal Town of Sutton Coldfield, United Kingdom
We spent a couple of hours at the end of March exploring the wonderful gardens and the house. Many interesting sections and all kept to the highest standard. Lovely to see the magnolias at their best. The house is beautifully presented as well with a...More
Decided to visit on Mother’s a day, glad we got there early! Free parking, good to know as each property varies. The house wasn’t open until 2pm but the tea room opened at 12, the usual National Trust menu (including yummy cake). The gardens are...More
Happily we visited this Spring. The displays of flowers and blossoms were amazing. The magnolia trees were surely transported from paradise. Daffodils as far as the eye could see, hyacinths, tulips and spring flowers in profusion. The air was heavy with the scent. My grandsons...More
Just a bit soon for the tulips but the Dutch Garden full of colour nonetheless. Wonderful blossom and magnolias. Despite the busy weekend judging by the full car park, the visitors seemed well spaced out.
Always find something I haven’t noticed previously in the house...More
The grounds of this house are simply amazing, lots of themed areas, and all immaculate. 100% unexpected. If the weather is good, expect to while away the whole afternoon. There are trips round the house (limited access), but it wasn’t my cup of tea
Now open 6 days a week from Mid March to mid September. There is a new entrance and car park. With a tea room and lovely plants on sale this is a very popular destination for National Trust visitors and other visitors as well. The...More
Pick your day, ideally a nice sunny one, and enjoy a quiet stroll around the House and gardens. There is a strange ambiance that immediately effects you and you can feel yourself slowly drifting off into a relaxed state.
There is only a few rooms...More