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Take this extraordinary glimpse into the beloved holiday home of the famous and much-loved author Agatha Christie and her family.The relaxed and atmospheric house is set in the 1950s, and contains many of the family's collections, including...more
Greenway Road | Galmpton, Dartmouth TQ5 0ES, England
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Two days after Xmas day family visit to the home of Agatha Christie ,we have been before but everytime we visit there something different, we also had a cream tea which was delicious. A must place to visit and worth your National trust subs in...More
Date of experience: December 2018
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NTEnglishRiviera, Business Support Co-ordinator at Greenway, responded to this reviewResponded 3 days ago
Thank-you for your lovely review! We are glad you had a lovely time at Greenway over the Christmas period. We hope to see you very soon!
We visited Greenway, at the end of a happy, muddy family walk.
The staff could not have been more helpful and relaxed. They gave us plastic covers for our boots, showed us where to leave our dog safely and then enthusiastically told us all about...More
Finally managed to get to Agatha Christie's holiday home beside the beautiful River Dart. Whilst the weather was bordering on inclement we were treated to a lovely walk around the grounds including the famous boathouse where she did much of her writing then a tour...More
Meeting the creator of our Belgian detective mr Hercule Poirot and not only, but as Lady Agatha Christie says Greenway is “The Loveliest Place in the World.” À historical place not to be missed as the setting is breathtaking; taking the ferry from Dartmouth catching...More
Greenway is the holiday home of Agatha Christie and from the welcome by National Trust staff in the car park, reception and staff, it was clear that much thought had gone into hoe to display this icon of 30's to 70's cultural history.
...as my 11-year-old described it. You have to book parking in advance but you can do so online and it's very easy. The house is interesting but most especially to fans of Agaths Christie. The gardens are really worth wondering around and definitely walk down...More
We were staying in Dartmouth. Went across the river on the Upper ferry and walked over to Greenway. About 1 1/2 hours. House has interesting exhibits to catch your attention and to tell the story of the family. Guides very helpful and knowledgeable too.
For those who enjoy Agatha Christie, Greenway Home is a nice place to visit. It gives an insight to a small part of her life. This property is a National Trust property. If traveling by car and needing to park in their carpark it MUST...More
Lovely gardens to wander around, and though the day we visited it was very busy we still found peace and quiet.
The guides are warm, welcoming and helpful. Took the time to stand a chat about the area and the house.
The house itself is...More
Response from NTEnglishRiviera | Property representative |
From London you will need to get the train to Paignton. From Paignton you can then get a steam train (times and days vary) this will take you to Greenway Halt. After getting of at Greenway Halt there is roughly a... More
From London you will need to get the train to Paignton. From Paignton you can then get a steam train (times and days vary) this will take you to Greenway Halt. After getting of at Greenway Halt there is roughly a 10-15 minute walk to Visitor Reception.
Response from IrisDevon | Reviewed this property |
Hello I am sorry I have only just seen your question. My answer is that I don't know about motorcycles although personally I would have thought they could be squeezed in round the edges. Sorry I couldn't be more helpful... More
Hello I am sorry I have only just seen your question. My answer is that I don't know about motorcycles although personally I would have thought they could be squeezed in round the edges. Sorry I couldn't be more helpful. Kind regards