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Homely

Homely for the house of a millionaire. Lots of quirky period touches. Everybody friendly and... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
KAW687
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London, United Kingdom
Very interesting Visit

This is not our first visit but overall the house and gardens were very interesting, walked to the... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
dlh286
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Crewe, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 3 days ago

Homely for the house of a millionaire. Lots of quirky period touches. Everybody friendly and helpful. Lovely Autumn colours. The cafe has a restricted range but ok. Took my parents who had a real trip down memory lane.

Thank KAW687
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This is not our first visit but overall the house and gardens were very interesting, walked to the location and was pleasantly surprised to get a free cup of tea as we had gone on foot.

Disappointed to see that cafe is using disposable plastic cups and straws in the cafe

Thank dlh286
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A National Trust property. The home of William and Elizabeth Morris (Lord and Lady Nuffield) that looks just like they left it in 1963.
There is also an exhibition of an Iron Lung which the Morris Group built 1,700 and distributed for free in the UK and the 'Empire'.
lovely house with a good shop and tearoom.
Gardens looked good but we did not look around them

Thank robert h
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The interesting home of Lord Nuffield. A little walk from the car park. Don’t miss Lady Nuffield’s car in the garage on the way to the house.
The talk given by the volunteer about the house and Lord Nuffield was very interesting. Decor was of it’s time and as it was left when Lord Nuffield died in 1963.

Thank 30Annemarie16
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Arrived just before opening and were first in the house. The best room guides ever - so knowledgeable about Lord and Lady Nuffield and the house. A talk was given under the sundial at11.30 by one of the volunteers called Theresa. Absolutely first class.

1  Thank taffUk
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Beautiful National Trust property to visit between Wallingford and Henley. Its not the usual NT mansion house but a relatively modest family home considering it was owned by the 2nd richest man in the world who gave most of his money to worthwhile causes. The house is beautiful as are the gardens, and the talk by the NT on the terrace is a must! Not a whole days worth but easily 2-3hrs.

Thank vickib72440
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Reviewed October 5, 2018

A relatively modest (for a millionaire) residence built in the Arts and Crafts style, and surrounded by gardens. It has not been restored so it is still as it was in Lord Nuffield's day. The tool cupboard in his bedroom is fascinating.
Negative points - when we visited in July the large lawn was being dug up by earth movers to replace drainage.
The 'cafe' is not up to National Trust standards. It is more of a small food counter, and a few tables for eating. We had to wait 5 - 10 minutes for anyone to even appear to take our order. Despite being only soon after 1pm, the food options were extremely limited and certainly not as plentiful as shown on the website.

Thank SusanA606
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Reviewed October 4, 2018

An understated house, but well preserved by the National Trust and a good presentation of his life and times.

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Reviewed October 3, 2018

A National Trust property well worth a visit. There is a small army of extremely helpful and knowledgeable volunteers to answer questions and impart their knowledge. Having the organised talk before you visit the house is very worth while as it sets you up well to enjoy the house even more. There is also a lovely walk around the gardens and woods. All in all a very enjoyable day out.

Thank Mike G
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Reviewed October 2, 2018 via mobile

Met up with friends here as it was a halfway point for us all, wish I hadn’t of bothered. I just should of kept driving

Thank deejaj1
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