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Visited with my parents and my baby, was pleasantly surprised it’s all accessible with a pram! A very lovely lady called Millie offered me help with some steps, and also showed me a way to walk to avoid them. She then stayed with us for...More
A very interesting ruin to visit, if not a little spooky. It was obviously very grand in its day but has been left in ruins after a fire and neglect. The gardens are lovely as are the fountain. The big fountain does its thing on...More
Have visited before well worth it every time they have now introduced a short informative trip by boat on the lake which is excellent and very informative. Nothing was too much trouble for our guide fro Tenbury they intend to introduce a steam powered boat...More
Totally wonderfull place , it would be much better if the house had not burned down but nothing can be done now.
Probably about the best english heritage property I have been in lovely gardens at their best when I visited.
The crowning glory is...More
This magnificent structure must have been something really special in it's original state and seems such a shame that all of it's original beauty and interior was destroyed by fire .It surprises me that it was never restored to its former glory by its owners...More
I had an amazing time with wandering the opulent ruins of the country home. The woodland walks were stunning. Staff friendly and helpful with ample parking.
The visit was impromptu & this limited our time to really explore the grounds.
I would definitely visit again...More
This place had its interior destroyed by fire. It is an empty shell. The house was huge: a country house for partying and entertaining. It was grand but, externally at least, never particularly ornate. The main ornate fountain has been restored and 'plays' on the...More
Large house that was destroyed by fire in 1940. Lots of information panels and a very interesting audio guide. Fantastic fountain display every hour. Interesting church with lots of old photos. When we went they were doing boat trips round the beautifull lake. Nice cafe...More
This was on a whim although it is close to where we love I would travel to it. As you wander around the old ruins and the gardens you can only imagine what it would be like to attend a party here. The fountains are...More
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We had our dog with us, took her everywhere except into the church, you can even go in the tea room and have a meal in the conservatory which is dog friendly. English Heritage beats The National Trust hands down for dog... More
We had our dog with us, took her everywhere except into the church, you can even go in the tea room and have a meal in the conservatory which is dog friendly. English Heritage beats The National Trust hands down for dog friendly visits.