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Stourhead includes a Palladian house and world-famous landscape garden. The garden is perhaps the most beautiful and magical of all the great landscape gardens, Stourhead is an 18th-century view of an Arcadian paradise. On a plateau of high ground...more
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
Stourhead High Street | Near Mere, Warminster BA12 6QD, England
All reviews spread eagle autumn colours national trust stunning gardens the follies king alfred's tower full bloom the pub walk round the lake farm shop every corner nt properties car park sunny day lovely walk lovely place to visit rhododendrons
We visited on a dull March day but the gardens were still stunning with early rhododendrons and some blossom providing highlights amongst some mighty trees. The temples, one with a ceiling mounted optical illusion and the grotto were interesting highlights outside. The house is home...More
Had a lovely visit here. Staff very helpful, shuttle bus to garden and house. Also buggy ride in garden, driver very pleasant, even though it was her first day she was quite knowledgeable about the house and gardens. Very enjoyable visit
My husband, myself and our 2 year old visited Stourhead today and we were shocked at the entry price. For non-members it’s £17 per adult. We only wanted to walk around the lake and had no intention (especially with a toddler) of seeing the house....More
I went to Stourhead House and Gardens with my friends on the way back from a holiday in the UK. The gardens were ok but reminiscent of Painshill Park in Cobham. For me, I like more colour in a garden and preferably a maze. However,...More
We frequently visit Stourhead. It is beautiful in all seasons. A place to savour and unwind.
The house is very interesting too.
If you have the energy, you can walk up to Ajfred's Tower which is a bit boring but a lovely walk.
Visited the gardens last week. It had been a gloomy wet morning, but as the afternoon was looking brighter we decided we would have a leg stretch & visit Stourhead. The house was closed for the winter, but not a problem to us as we...More
Stourhead doesn't look much from the outside but inside is stunning.Lots of incredible art,Chippendale furniture and brilliant ceilings and floors.Really impressed with the library.As its still lived in you only get to venture around the ground floor but its really worth visiting. The grounds are...More
After many years of driving bdown the A303, we finally stopped at Stourhead. Wow! We really missed out... This National Trust site us stunning. There is a very good restaurant and a pub and such peaceful and stunning gardens to drift around. We will definitely...More