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All reviews autumn colours sheffield park national trust tea room coach house water lilies trees and shrubs cricket ground bluebell railway stunning gardens wakehurst place full bloom nt members beautiful place to visit well worth a visit few hours picnic area
Just arrived here ten minutes ago.
Advise tersely that hot food only served from 12 noon and peremptorily dealt with.
The sooner National Trust sorts its food franchises out the better - attracting visitors brings a responsibility to meet their needs. NT IS FAILING!
We had a lovely walk around Walk Wood in the morning and, after a nice warming bowl of chilli served by the friendly young staff in the cafe, around East Park in the afternoon. Both walks were lovely and quiet, the former made interesting by...More
We Visited 1 afternoon back in October, just to see what was on offer, We were disappointed that we couldnt look round the house was this is not part of the National Trust, though walk around the lake and gardens was lovely and got some...More
Visited today with my daughter aged 11. We really enjoyed looking for the silhouettes and the robins. My daughter had moaned a bit when I said we were going for a walk today but she engaged with the activity and took pictures all round the...More
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It was in relation to someone who praised the ‘East Park’ at Sheffield Park, mentioned Canadian traces and eulogised about the helpful teenage restaurant staff - clearly deluded as Wakehurst housed a Canadian contingent in... More
It was in relation to someone who praised the ‘East Park’ at Sheffield Park, mentioned Canadian traces and eulogised about the helpful teenage restaurant staff - clearly deluded as Wakehurst housed a Canadian contingent in WWII.
Sheffield Park restaurant boasts teenagers with appalling customer skills and no hot food before noon.