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We really enjoyed the tour of this gem of a manor house .The guide had an excellent knowledge of it's history and I sure has given this tour many times before but was enthusiastic and enjoyed her role.Set in tranquil countryside it was a joy...More
This is a gem, a well-preserved manor house built in the 1460's which retains many of its original features and character, thanks to careful ownership and restoration.
It was built on the cusp of the shift from fortification to domestic gentrification, the only nods to...More
I truly enjoyed the Manor. It was a beautiful late September day and I had a wonderful couple of hours. I did walk from Holt, which was not very well marked, but found kind people along the way. The way takes you through fields and...More
Hubby and I really enjoyed our recent visit to Great Chalfield Manor; we love the hands-on approach here - no stuffy rooms where nothing must be touched. Staff very friendly and knowledgeable - very interesting and fun visit.
My wife and I have been walking around the gardens and then went on a guided tour of the Manor house, and it was a beautiful sunny day which always helps. I was interested in the local history and the gardens have some very nice...More
My wife and I was on our way to Devon and decided to stop first at Lacock Abbey (7 miles...15 mins) and then Great Charfield Manor for the 3 o'clock tour (lasted approx 45 mins) which was interesting and informative and then a nice stroll...More
Visited with family, including my twin 19 month old toddlers. We didn’t have too much trouble getting the double buggy around but did have to be careful in places. There were also some bits with a few steps that we didn’t try. Didn’t go inside...More
Great Chalfield Manor deserves its initial name association. The National Trust keeps it magnificently both in and out as a prime example of period architecture and trappings. In taking the tour, we were advised that photos were not allowed at the time. Such prohibitions in...More