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This is not your normal National Trust house and garden - and that is exactly what makes it an amazing place to visit! They have chosen to leave the house in the exact condition in which it was last lived in during the 1900's. That...More
For us this was a complete waste of time. Collection of rooms with no real interest or atmosphere. The car park was really small and a walk from the house, there were plenty of staff trying to be helpful but this really didn’t help.
Visited midweek, quite busy, 10 min walk from carpark, no cafe on site but the church next door offers drinks and cakes when the house is open (we did not try these).
The house has not been restored, just preserved and we found it all...More
As usual with the National Trust, the volunteers brought this interesting property to life with their friendly welcome and informative updates. We arrived at 3.30 on a Sunday so had a whistle-stop tour of the house and gardens in 1 and a half hours.
An unusual property for National Trust, but effective. The gardens are not large but worth a walk around, some topiary is quite fun. The house does not have a coffee shop but does have toilets near reception. However a new reception area is being built...More
Visistec this place today and it was magical. A perfectly preserved snapshot of Jacobean country life. A real gem and as real an experience of history you will ever encounter. So unexpected and a must for anyone visiting the Cotswolds.
A 5 minute walk from the NT car park, we arrived in the stable yard & front courtyard of Chastleton House. An unaltered Jacobean house, built by the only rich Jones in the long line of Jones, They always seemed to be on the losing...More
This National Trust property has been preserved 'as it was' due to historical poverty. The house is, as it was, including some areas which reflect its historical state. Thus it has a sense of being genuine and lived in, lacking in many National Trust properties....More
Lovely house and buildings with lots of history. Garden being actively restored and we joined a garden tour that took us through the work to date on the topiary and the plans to restore the garden beds next year. Delightful and where the rules of...More
Hi, I'm not the owner, wish I was, but NT got in before me. Joking aside I didn't see any dogs on my visit, but having looked on their page, it says dogs on leads are allowed in surrounding fields.
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The house is closed Monday and Tuesday and is open from 1 - 5 Wednesday to Sunday. The schools will not have broken up for summer holidays until July. If you can avoid the weekend you should not have any trouble with queues... More
The house is closed Monday and Tuesday and is open from 1 - 5 Wednesday to Sunday. The schools will not have broken up for summer holidays until July. If you can avoid the weekend you should not have any trouble with queues and crowds. It gets busy, but not that busy.