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Kelmscott Manor

Off A417 | Lechlade, Kelmscott GL7 3HJ, England
+44 1367 252486
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  • Very good25%
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Off A417 | Lechlade, Kelmscott GL7 3HJ, England
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Reviewed today

Lucky with weather- the gardens and church, churchyard and river are all important too in appreciating this place. But people come to see the house- a real sense of a home and of the personality and values of Morris and his chums. This is not...More

Thank Heather m
Reviewed yesterday

Do not even think of going here if you like modern art/furniture. This is William Morris's country retreat and the house oozes his influence and tastes and styles. It is incredible with an excellent tea room and well stocked shop. The room guides are friendly...More

Thank Lizzie071
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We booked pre-timed tickets - interesting house and super enthusiastic and friendly volunteers in every room keen to assist. Good tea room and a little gift shop. Outdoor seating for refreshments if you have better weather than us.

Thank Louise1110
KelmscottManor, General Manager at Kelmscott Manor, responded to this review

Thank you for your positive review. We are sorry that it was raining when you visited but glad that it didn't spoil your time with us.

Reviewed 5 days ago

We booked tickets in advance for a Saturday afternoon; all visits in the afternoon are on timed tickets, which is a wonderful idea because it means there are never too many people trying to look at the rooms at the same time. The visitor flow...More

Thank Anne R
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We booked timed tickets for a Saturday afternoon visit and loved the house which has a wonderful atmosphere and is full of interesting features and artefacts belonging to the Morris family including works by Rossetti and Burne-Jones. The refurbished attic rooms are delightful but sadly...More

Thank MoneypennyEngland
KelmscottManor, General Manager at Kelmscott Manor, responded to this review

Thank you for your review and feedback. We are pleased you enjoyed your visit and it was a shame that the weather meant that you could not enjoy the gardens as much as you would have wished. We are in the process of putting together...More

Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We visited the manor on Saturday and knew it was the former home of William Morris, but were surprised to learn that Dante Gabriel Rossetti was co tenant! It is a beautiful house with many wonderful relics relating to Morris and Rossetti. Loved the staircase...More

Thank Martyn's E
Reviewed 1 week ago

If you like classic country houses but without all the overwhelming decor, then this is your place. Plus if you are interested in William Morris, his designs and the trials of his family then this is a must. It is a beautiful house, on the...More

Thank starmanUk
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We both enjoyed our visit to Kelmscott. Very picturesque and full of charm and history. The room guide sheet provided enough information about each room. We found the attic to be fascinating! Staff polite and welcoming. We will return!

Thank antontothemax2008
KelmscottManor, General Manager at Kelmscott Manor, responded to this review

Thank you for your great review of Kelmscott Manor. We look forward to welcoming you back sometime in the future.

Reviewed 2 weeks ago

William Morris had plenty of redeeming factors and a somewhat chequered relationship worth finding out more about. This is a great place if you are into fashion and if you are into gossip.

Thank Dave G
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I think most people will seek out this attraction as it is one that most represents the great man himself. The number of original artefacts here is really quite amazing as is the house itself. Talking of which, take the time to watch the film...More

Thank Mike H
KelmscottManor, General Manager at Kelmscott Manor, responded to this review

Thank you for your positive review of your visit to Kelmscott Manor. We are pleased you enjoyed your visit and the film of the restoration of the Manor in the 1960's. We were lucky to have been given a good print of this film and...More

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Lindmarg
Is there a coach tour to Kelmscott please
5 April 2016|
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Response from Thetroothfairy | Reviewed this property |
Try onlinebookings.johnsonscoaches Co Uk
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Lindmarg
Is there a coach tour to Kelmscott Manor
5 April 2016|
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Response from Mosquito155 | Reviewed this property |
First Google search came up with a company called johnstoned. Not sure what they are like though
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