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Newark Park stands proud on top of the Cotswold escarpment, looking down into the Ozleworth valley to the Mendips beyond. This remote corner of south Gloucestershire is a secret and unspoilt place, with barely a sign of modern life visible in any...more
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The options for walks are great and the views are stunning. That said the house is pretty disappointing for a National Trust standard: only few rooms and a small section of the entire mansion is open to public.
Really lovely place, staff are helpful and informative. Fantastic views from the house. We did the long walk, comfortable footwear needed, very steep parts. Be aware that they have Peacocks wondering around. It is in an area that dogs are on leads, however the peacocks...More
Just got back from a lovely day at Newark park. We started with the house and found out some history about the building, very interesting. Then we went on an estate walk, following the purple route. Be aware there is a very steep bank the...More
We went to visit Newark Park but earlier before we visited the House was flooded. However, the volunteer guide had the model house to show us. It was fun to listen to the history of the House, how the House had been changed to many...More
Two of us visited on a Thursday. We went into the house first and had a number of very good chats with staff about the history of the building and its owners and occupants. Engaging with the knowledgeable staff make this sort of place come...More
We feel the previous review that expressed disappointment didn’t grasp the significance of the place possibly because they didn’t connect with the room volunteers. We didn’t know of the place before we found it on the NT site.
The volunteers brought the place to life...More
This National Trust house is quite disappointing- from the outside not so spectacular but inside it really needs some love / to be laid out how it would have been. Also odd to have the cafe in 1 place and the seating elsewhere so you...More
We visited Newark Park on our way to Bath for the weekend. The staff/volunteers are so incredibly friendly and helpful as well as full of knowledge of the history. Definitely take time to listen to them talk about the extensions to the property over time...More
Went during the nice weather last week which may have helped. There is not to much to the house but what there is to see is interesting. I would highly recommend you go on the basement tour at ticketed times however if you want to...More