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Newstead was almost deserted and we spent a long time in the abbey. We learnt lots about the history of the house from tudor beginnings to the present from John, who was volunteering and had a vast knowledge of the house, it's owners and ghosts!...More
Visited Newstead Abbey grounds and gardens yesterday. Lots to see, including Japanese and formal gardens, as well as a lake and water features. I was very impressed with how well the gardens are kept and maintained. A credit to all who work on them.Would highly...More
We visited the house and went to the cafe. We absolutely loved it. The history of the house was interesting and made all the more so by the chats we had with the volunteers who are on hand. They seemed to enjoy answering any questions...More
My friend and I decided to have a walk around here last week because the weather was so beautiful for the end of February.
I absolutely love Newstead Abbey, it’s so peaceful and the Japanese gardens are amazing!!!
There’s a small park for the children...More
Great house to visit but the best asset are the people working there who if you take the time to talk to are full of interesting information about the house,grounds are nice spent the best part of a day there , £25 for family of...More
First visit. We would have liked to visit the house but felt that £10 adults and £6 kids was too expensive and not justified. Perhaps half the price or even full price and kids free and we'd have gone in. I am aware the upkeep...More
A really fantastic place to visit with a wealth of history , not to heavy on the pocket to get in though you usually pay for parking (£6) they were not charging on the week i went so it got spent on a couple of...More
Like to visit ask often as we can, lovely walks and gardens, also great to walk your dog, free admission from end of November till middle of February Monday to Friday so it’s more than worth a visit then, there’s an on site cafeteria as...More
I love this place. The house is well worth a walk around - it is very interesting and the guides are friendly and informative at evert stage. I do think £10 each is a little steep as the tour is not that long.
Response from bluetwo47 | Reviewed this property |
Dog friendly. When you walk into the gardens - dogs must be on a lead. In the grounds near the car park & cricket ground areas outside the gardens dogs can be off the lead. Cafe does not allow dogs inside.