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Woodchester Mansion is a 19th Century Victorian Gothic masterpiece mysteriously abandoned mid-construction in 1873. Hidden in a secluded Cotswold Valley, it is untouched by time and the modern world. This unique Grade 1 Listed Building has been...more
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Woodchester Mansion Woodchester Park, Stonehouse, Stroud GL10 3TS, England
All reviews guided tour car park national trust well worth a visit fascinating place hidden gem tea room long walk beautiful valley shuttle bus tea and cake walk around lovely walk picnic benches walked down wild garlic opening times
We spent a fascinating few hours looking around this beautiful old building. It is rare to be able to look back to see how craftsmen of the time built stately old buildings like this. The guided tour was professional and very thorough. They even run...More
Open day at Woodchester Mansion on New Year's Day 2019. Parked in the National Trust car park and walked down to the mansion, about 15 minutes steady walking. They had laid on a mini bus for people who didn't want to walk. Mansion opened at...More
Visited Woodchester on a beautiful autumn afternoon. Both the Mansion & the surrounding estate were looking gorgeous in the sunshine.
Dogs are welcome to walk around the estate but are not allowed in the Mansion itself. However if they are good, they may get a...More
May have been closed but there no access for disabled except a long steep and rocky 2 mile path. At least with Westonbirt arboretuwe have can booed me e a scooter as my brain damage afwcts walking instability shame as we didn’t see the house...More
This is the third time i have been ti Woodchester Mansion. And every one i have taken has loved it! Im going there on a 'Haunted Happenings' evening which is an independent tour, but the trust do do their own. I cannot wait as its...More
Amazing place, which has wonderful history and was sadly never finished. However that is what makes it intriguing and shows how it was constructed, wonderful stone carvings and well documented whether you choose to wander on your own or do a tour.
Have lived in Nails worth for 30 years and this was my first mansion tour! We spent over an hour with our guide, who was very knowledgeable and informative, taking time to answer our questions and expand on points of interest. Loads more to see...More