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We went in late April and the bluebells were stunning, the copse where they are is only a short walk away from the House. There is a brilliant walk around the estate which is very dog friendly, but a lead is needed where there are...More
We had a wonderful visit to the National Trust venue just outside of Henley.
It was very busy but the overflow car park did it’s job!
Lovely grounds and gorgeous weather made it a beautiful day for walking around and taking in the atmosphere.
We visited this place and we found it was interesting because it was not too huge. We also enjoyed talking to the volunteer about the patch work. After the house we walked to the garden which was simple and nice.
It was a nice sunny...More
We visited the gardens only as we were too early for the House, very well laid out indeed. However, the facilities were quite poor, the toilets were quite frankly very poor. The smallish cafe could not cope with the number of visitors.
An interesting property due to its long and varied history dating back to mediaeval times. We were particularly fortunate to get on to the guided tour at 12. Only twenty places are available for each of the two tours but it is worth it to...More
Delightful NT property which unusually had original interior personal belongings in situ as opposed to the more normal addition of period furniture unrelated to the property.
You will not be disappointed by the grounds and garden as well of course the NT tea room!
It was recommended we visited this home after Nuffield Place to see the difference between peoples life’s in the area around the same time . This house also has a greater expanse of gardens than Nuffield Place but to be honest house we preferred Nuffield...More
This was a National Trust property I had not visited before and it was a worthwhile visit. The house still has a homely feel about it and each room was full of interesting history. The gardens were laid out in compartments and it was enjoyable...More
Delightful smallish NT house. Whatever you do when visiting check to e sure you take the guided tour of the downstairs (11.00am I think). The history of the differences ages of the structures and the residences is fascinating - too many to remember so the...More