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Mount Stewart is one of the most inspiring and unusual gardens in the National Trust's ownership. The garden reflects a rich tapestry of design and great planting artistry that was the hallmark of Edith, Lady Londonderry. The mild climate of...more
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This was my second visit to a refurbished mansion where I had formerly been a house guide. The £8 m. the refurbishment cost has certainly resulted in the mansion looking wonderful : no sign, now, of its previous " shabby chic " appearance. I did,...More
We took two visitors from New Zealand mid September. The free flow house tour was outstanding, the staff in every part of the house which was open to the public were outstandingly knowledgeable and they were obviously passionate about the house and its history and...More
Had a visit in August. House was ok - no set guides , just people in each room. Some were knowledgeable others not so! The gardens and the café are good. A full day would be needed to enjoy the whole property.
We called the open day and were glad we did. The gardens are amazing and there are lovely walks around the lake. The house is very interesting and feels grand but homely.There is a coffee shop and gift shop. Def worth a visit
Beautiful gardens set in a beautiful part of the countryside. I think we walked most of the trails inside the grounds plus part of the Demesne trail too – lovely walking. The house was really good to go around as it’s full of the original...More
We drove out from Belfast, having read how beautiful this estate was. We weren't disappointed.
We managed to get a place on the tour before the house fully opened, only 4 of us, with Helene as our guide. It was an excellent tour, much longer...More
Mount Stewart is the amazing home of the 7th Marchioness Edith, Lady Londonderry(1878-1959) and her family in the 20th century. She was a noted and influential society hostess in the United Kingdom between WWI and WWII. She was responsible for the revitalization of this "little"...More
Didn't have time to visit the house so can only comment on the gardens, which were among the most beautiful I have ever seen. Gorgeous hydrangeas and lots of butterflies. There is also a lake which you can walk round. Mount Stewart is situated in...More