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Fenton House

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Fenton House

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Jeff H wrote a review Mar 2020
London, United Kingdom264 contributions102 helpful votes
Lovely house and garden. The guide was very knowledgeable. All the rooms are a good size and full of interesting items. It was nice to be able to go out onto the balcony to see the view of the city of London. The garden was a lovely surprise, well laid out and full of interesting plants and shrubs.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Yorkterrier01 wrote a review Jan 2020
York, United Kingdom2,223 contributions343 helpful votes
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This is a lovely Naitonal Trust property in the heart of Hamsptead (5 minutes up the hill from the Tube Station). It also has lovely gardens and you could just visit to sit in them all day. From the top of the house you have a view of Canary Wharf.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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gamain wrote a review Dec 2019
Inverell, Australia978 contributions239 helpful votes
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We took the bus from Paddington to Hampstead, followed by a short uphill walk to this 17th century London house. Charming walking up the narrow entrance path, exquisite on the inside and then there was the beautiful rear gardens that required a walk to the rear to discover little roomed treasures. National Trust staff were in all rooms to help answer our question, but I failed to mention the hidden gems inside the rooms. Piano's everywhere and some with substantial pedigree. We thought it was a gem inside and out.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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nicolacowan87 wrote a review Nov 2019
High Wycombe, United Kingdom140 contributions24 helpful votes
Visited in May '17, great place a hidden gem was really good lots of see inside and out with beautiful gardens and an apple orchards. The inside was lovely with period features and lots of china potery. Really impressive views from the balconies. Would like to come back again
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Tremse wrote a review Nov 2019
Llandudno Junction, United Kingdom731 contributions42 helpful votes
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A short walk from the hustle bustle of Hampstead's main shopping area is Fenton House. Built around 1686, it has been a National Trust property since 1952 and comprises of the House, Walled and Sunken Gardens and an Orchard, also 300 years old. The Ground Floor, First Floor and Attic Floor are all open to the public and there is a collection of Harpsichords, and many fine paintings to be viewed, as well as porcelain and furniture. From the Attic Floor there's an amazing view of the skyline of modern London. The gardens are well-maintained, with little nooks and crannies where visitors can sit and enjoy the surroundings. Another national Trust property, 2,Willow Road is a short walk away and worth a visit whilst in the area.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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