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The National Trust and the Claydon Estate work in partnership to run Claydon House, courtyard and gardens. Claydon House, run by the National Trust, displays splendid 18th Century interiors while the gardens, run by the Claydon Estate, include...more
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Came here on a nice sunny day. The house itself is nice, full of interesting items, especially about Florence Nightingale. The actual gardens are not owned by the NT and all visitors have to pay, small discount for members. Attended the garden tour, led by...More
An amazing house full of some fantastic craftmanship on an amazing scale. The lady who greeted us at the front door, gave us an insight into the history of the house, its family and the Florence Nightingale connection. Which was lovely to know before we...More
We have been here before but worth a second visit,amazingly over the top as some rooms are its beautiful especially the staircase.Really nice approachable staff with many interesting facts.It was worth the extra for the gardens and they weren't even at their beast.Nice courtyard with...More
We visited today and it was well worth the trip. The house was smallish but impressive with beautiful carvings and spectacular ceilings. The staff were knowledgeable and friendly. They are about to embark on some renovation work and some furniture is being moved.
The beautiful garden at Claydon is not part of the National Trust but is superbly kept and well worth the £5 entrance. We followed up with an interesting visit to the House and then topped the visit off with afternoon tea in the Phoenix Tearoom...More
If in the area this house is definitely worth a visit. The interior plasterwork, ceilings, freizes are outstanding perhaps the best I have ever seen. The house link to Florence Nightingale being a frequent visitor and related to the household was an interesting aspect. The...More
We planned our visit on 2nd day of opening. Carpark was already busy and parked up on grass outside.
A windy day but sunny. Short walk to reception, free to NT members. Walk around corner to be greeted at entrance to house. I need to...More
We noticed from the NT newsletter that Claydon were offering behind the scenes tours before the house opened in March.
The price was a bargain at £5pp (NT member or not) so we were just expecting a quick zoom round. How wrong we were -...More