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Barrington Court is a beautiful manor house set in wonderful gardens. There are craft workshops on site and very nice tea rooms and a modest selection of plants for sale. Barrington is a lovely place to spend an afternoon meandering through the grounds.
It’s great to see how different each National Trust property is. This is one such property but so full of interesting areas and displayed to perfection. Your imagination can run wild and we will return in another season to enjoy the wonderful gardens. Great craft...More
Came here as NT members and staying in nearby Halse. Surprisingly enjoyable for an unfurnished property. Thoroughly enjoyed looking round and found it to be fun imagining how it might have looked. Loved the long gallery upstairs which at times was quite eerie. A good...More
After recently taking out family membership for the National Trust we visited Barrington Court for a themed day.
Very impressed from the outset. Plenty of parking. Friendly staff on the entrance who explained everything.
Children got to use wheelbarrows and gloves supplied to pick up...More
We came here as we have NT membership and it was a lovely morning out. There were lots of special apple activities on, so our elder son got to collect apples on a trail with a child's wheelbarrow, apple pressing to make juice and cider...More
Another stunning house albeit with no furniture. It certainly gives another aspect to liven the senses and get the brain cells going.Lovely grounds ,great for dog walkers. Would loved to have gone on a guided tour but a bit late for us.
Loved every minute of this visit , and used my national trust card to enter making the most of my membership . What a brilliant place no furniture in the actual house so you could clearly see all the lovely oak panels . We picked...More
Another lovely visit to Barrington Court in the autumn sunshine. The gardens were still looking absolutely gorgeous despite the lateness of the season.
Dogs are welcome to walk around the estate but are not allowed within the house.
The house is well worth seeing. It...More