I just wanted to write a belated review for Hodsock Priory. I visited in February with my husband and 4 yr old son.
Our visit happened to coincide with a Food Fair, which had lots of yummy food and craft stalls. Yes, I emptied my purse and expanded my waist line! Personally, I have nothing to whinge about.
A lovely walk through the grounds, lots of snow drops, a natural play area for my son, a warm fire, a delicious bacon butty and a cup of tea. I can't comment on prices as my husband paid, but I didnt hear him complain.
Yes my son got muddy but for me more mud, equals more fun, equals a tired child at the end of the day!
It is what it is. A snowdrop walk through the grounds of a private home, and I would like to say thank you for sharing it with us. We shall be back next year and look forward to seeing what changes have been made.