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Newark Park

Ozleworth | Wotton-under-Edge,, Ozleworth GL12 7PZ, England
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Lovely visit with Santa

We had a lovely visit with Santa yesterday. Several children go in together so it's not like the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Gildedhen
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Magical place

Our second visit here - primarily to see the wonderful Father Christmas. Think it's a really... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Bekki W
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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 direction. A place of architectural intrigue, quaint gardens and sprawling parkland there is much to see and do at Newark.Founded by an influential English courtier to Henry VIII in 1550; the house and estate since went from boom to bust, to its dramatic rescue by a Texan architect in the 20th century. Newark has an incredible story to tell.
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  • Average6%
  • Poor1%
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Ozleworth | Wotton-under-Edge,, Ozleworth GL12 7PZ, England
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We had a lovely visit with Santa yesterday. Several children go in together so it's not like the usual personal Santa visit but plenty of time was allowed for Santa to chat to the group and photos taken. The crafts in the marquee could have...More

Thank Gildedhen
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Our second visit here - primarily to see the wonderful Father Christmas. Think it's a really special place and our young girls love it. The staff are friendly, the cafe is small but well stocked and the views are breathtaking. It's got an intimate and...More

Thank Bekki W
Reviewed October 18, 2017

This was a place we hadn't realised was there if you get the idea. It's not one of the high profile houses but is tucked away in the Cotswold countryside. The grounds offer a number of walks of different distances but as it was raining...More

Thank Andrew P
Reviewed October 12, 2017 via mobile

Small quirky house with an interesting history. Loads of interesting detail inside the house in terms of occupants and their historical context. Good restaurant with nice friendly staff. Could have used more help as the two young women looked run off their feet! The views...More

Thank Satisco
Reviewed October 8, 2017

We are only about 40 mins away from this NT property but havent actually been. We decided to visit today - you can park close by but if you are not a NT member you have to pay a small car park charge iin a...More

1  Thank Sam N
Reviewed October 6, 2017

Took the basement tour to see the Tudor core of the house, a remarkable survival. Found the display about the young son of Mrs Clutterbuck shot down by the Red Baron very moving. Glad the Trust has left some of the rooms as last resident...More

Thank KAW687
Reviewed September 30, 2017

First visit to Newark Park, took the Garden Tour & the Basement Tour both very good, Great Views & interesting People, however the NT Guide Book was out of print

Thank dchalk2017
Reviewed September 26, 2017

Newark Park - a little off the beaten track but well worth visiting. Started with a light lunch sitting outside with wonderful panoramic views. Then on to the house which is very much a home, you are invited to sit in the dining and lounges...More

Thank travelswithfun
Reviewed September 25, 2017

Built in about 1550 and now maintained by the National Trust you can trace the changes, neglect and improvements/modernisations/restorations, in the building under its various owners. The approach is by way of a long single track, muddy road with passing places - just hope that...More

Thank Alan R
Reviewed September 24, 2017 via mobile

We visited Newark yesterday almost by accident, as we couldn't get to Dyrham due to road closures. We therefore looked for NT properties nearby and as we hadn't been to Newark before, decided to give it a shot. We are very glad that we did,...More

1  Thank Bert1981
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