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Arlington court house is well worth a visit. A beautiful house with lots to see, a lovely tea room serving everything from drinks to lunches and cream teas. The house is set in beautiful grounds with lovely walks. A walled kitchen garden and a Victorian...More
Drove 40 minutes to get there and it was closed!!! Nothing on the website to say it was, very disappointing. Lots of cars pulled up thinking it was open too. It’s not an easy place to get to, lots of winding roads so don’t go...More
We came upon Arlington Court because the weather was terrible and we were looking for a raining day activity. What a place! The house is beautiful and full of treasures. The stories of Miss Rosalie Chichester were captivating and fitting considering our visit aligned with...More
We enjoyed our visit to the carriage museum here, so many fascinating carriages. The house was delightful, full of interesting collections. Sadly the tea room experience was not so pleasant with a member of staff rudely telling my husband not to put our tray back...More
This is a wonderful place to visit. Something for everyone.
The house and the story of the Chichester family is really interesting. Lovely friendly room guides as well.
Great walks. The hidden lake is one of the most beautiful spots I have ever been to,...More
Carriage museum worth a visit House of interest particularly if your surname is Chichester .Like many National Trust properties the food on offer is limited . Lunch is available 12-2.30 but a jacket potato or exotic soup hardly qualifies as lunch .
Especially good if you are interested in history.Educational for families and they make it more interesting for children by having quizzes asking children to find things. The house is kept in lovely condition and there is a very nice cafe where the cream teas are...More
We attended on 22nd December and it was absolutely fantastic. I have to say, we booked the Santa Grotto and it was the best Father Christmas and Elves we could have ever imagined also wearing the original colour clothes of father christmas before Coca Cola...More
Sorry , I can't remember if its an inclusive price. You need good weather to view the gardens and estate though. I have visited often enough to know rain isn't good for walking through the lower estate