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Reviewed 22 January 2014

Attractive Grade 1 listed country house. It is only open two days a week, and there is very little to see. You can only see downstairs,,,,some sculptured busts in the entrance hall, and copies of Canalettos in another room. (Yes, copies, the originals were sold last century to pay for the upkeep of the house ). National Trust members can visit freely, but otherwise it is not worth paying to go round. There is a pleasant walk up a gently sloping avenue to an Obelix, which affords good views over the countryside,

Stayed: January 2014, travelled with friends
2  Thank Genista
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Reviewed 29 December 2013

Stunning house, only open 2 days a week as there is a family already living there, which is nice to see. Beautiful grounds and walks. Well worth a look! The family loved their day out. (Please note its not a hotel!)

  • Stayed: December 2013, travelled with family
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1  Thank Max M
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Reviewed 16 August 2013

This is a nice stately home with only a few rooms that open to the public. The gardens are also quite small so won't take long to look around. Best to do this with Upton House if you are a National Trust member.

Stayed: July 2013, travelled solo
2  Thank Chiara D
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Reviewed 16 August 2013

This is not actually a hotel but a National Trust property. We thoroughly enjoyed the house and the family feel that it had. The volunteers that were there knew lots about the history of the house and it was nice to see pictures of the incumbant family around. We enjoyed picturesque views as we walked up to the Obelisk. Lovely visit.

Stayed: August 2013, travelled as a couple
1  Thank SwiftWicks
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Reviewed 15 June 2013

This is a national trust property. I don't think it is a hotel, certainly not in the main house.

This is one the National Trust's smaller properties. It is only open on Wednesday's and Saturdays. However, it is well worth a visit. It is not as crowded as some other NT properties which is pleasant. There are some delightful walks in the grounds with some excellent views across the valley below.

There is no tea room. However, the village hall provides some very reasonable tea, coffee and homemade cakes. Well worth a visit

  • Stayed: June 2013, travelled with family
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