Interesting house and wonderful gardens on the banks of the River Dart. The best thing is to travel by ferry from Dartmouth and enjoy a truly wonderful experience.
Arrived by boat from Torquay - a very long (2.5hrs), tedious journey with people crammed in and standing. Promised a return on Bertie the Bus, but so were everyone else and it only takes 20+ people so, guess what we were told we had to return by boat. The prospect of 2.5hours on the boat did not thrill so called... More
This is worth a visit. Catch the train in the summer from Kingswear. The Agatha Christie house is full of the families collections and the guide and scrapbooks are excellent. The restaurant was basic. The gardens were extensive with lovely views over the rive Dart.
We regularly take our visitors here by ferry, as parking is very limited, and they love the wander up from the boat to the entrance. The cafe serves delicious lunches in the courtyard and we follow this with a tour of the house showing all Agatha Christie's collections and belongings - you can even play the piano! The gardens are... More
Lovely house full of beautiful and interesting objects. Ancient woods all around. House if just above the Dart river which must be one of the loveliest in England. Loved the boathouse. Walled gardens and a small but very decent cafe. Hoping to return though always find National Trust admission steep at £9 per adult.
We went to the Greenway house from Torquay by green bus which departs twice a day - at 10 a.m. and at 14 p.m. The driver was amazing! During the trip he read interesting facts from writer's biography and made jokes. Also the beautiful green bus was restored from old vintage red one which was partly damaged. The trip by... More
Took the ferry from Dartmouth to Greenway Quay (£7.50pp) which is a nice trip in itself. The house is at the top of a hill so there's a bit of walking involved but there is a complimentary car service at the quay. Cost of entrance to the house is £10pp but there was a deal on at the time of... More
PARKING - not much on site, so if there is none available (make sure your phone up in advance to get booked in), you have to use the Park and Ride, or have a long long walk. CAFE - Lovely afternoon tea. Good selection of scones and plenty of cream and jam. Staff were friendly and the cafe area was... More
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