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My family consisting of 4 children aged between 11 and 2.5 and 2 adults, all enjoyed a lovely evening here. We paid £26 that was with membership discount and despite getting around quickly, it really was enchanting!
The only downside were the 2 ladies working...More
Having been to Festival of Light at Longleat I had big expectations of illuminated structures, lanterns etc. and was disappointed by the lack of stuff to sea and do during the evening. The attraction is basically a short illuminated walk around the lake with few...More
My fiance and I love history and old architecture, well we were not disappointed when we paid a visit to this amazing place! This house is one of the English Heritage Sites a kind of palace in itself! There are different sections in the service...More
Visited for the Enchanted Audley lights event and it was magical. The place was stunning with the lights and the dancing fairies were really captivating. We really loved listening to the talking trees, walking through the lit tunnels and playing in the playground in the...More
Amazing day trip with an excellent Santa.
This would be a great place to visit on a warm day. It’s was so cold it was tough being outdoors. Can’t really blame the venue for that though. It is December.
Perhaps we were expecting too much but we were quite disappointed with the light display. There were no Christmas trees at all, a few singing trees and lots of lights strung about. Mince pie and mulled wine was either £5 or £4.50 depending on how...More
I believe that the house is shut up for the winter, so one of the main attractions of the visit is unavailable. The stables seem open only at some weekends. There are still things to see and walks along paths, but not as good as...More
Massive place inside the house and outside rooms, lovely gardens, they offer a talk about the house at certain times and a garden guided tour at certain times. They have a café there also. Spent a few hours there.
As always not enough time!
Lovely house and grounds, liked the great entrance hall with massive carved wooden gallery at one end (You walk through it later) and stairs flanked by stuffed birds at the other.
Heading to upper floors the nursery is poignant as...More
We visited on Sunday 28th especially for the Halloween activities. This was the last day of their Halloween event - it had been running all week but for those of us in Herts, whose half term didn't start until the 29th, the weekend was the...More