This property was a lovely surprise to our party of 4,who visited it this week.
Parking is easy & the welcoming teashop was of a very good standard,although there was a little bit of a wait for food,which was freshly prepared. This did not bother us as we had the whole day set aside to enjoy the experience. After passing through the small shop we visited the very extensive Countryside Museum. This was full of interest & we 4 adults spent a good hour exploring it. It contained many replicas of old village life from 100 years ago & the range of Tractors & other Farm Implements on show was quite mind boggling. Adjoining this was a childrens area with the usual attractions.
Before our visit to the house[which opened at 2.p.m].we purchased a Guide Book for the princely sum of £1.50.![ Please note other stately homes]
The House Tour is escorted & our guide had an excellent knowledge of the House & its history & we were able to visit a large number of rooms.
The gardens are laid to lawns rather than flower borders.
We concluded our visit with a short diversion to the Saxon Church in the grounds,which is well worth a visit with its Medieval Font & Saxon Arches.
Before leaving for home we enjoyed a further visit to the Tea Room with its friendly service & very reasonable prices.
I would thoroughly recommend a visit to Breamore & children will enjoy the Countryside Museum, although, for the younger ones, the house may not be their scene.
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