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Berrington Hall

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Take the below stairs tour

Lovely gardens, although an ugly pink artwork (or at least it purported to be art) was slightly... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
makethegradetuition
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Crowborough, United Kingdom
Harley Street was named after ......

Thomas Harley, 18c Lord Mayor of London and first owner of Berrington Hall who commissioned... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
reddisa62
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Brixham, United Kingdom
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Created as the perfect house in the perfect setting, Berrington has many secrets to uncover. Here in one of Henry Holland’s first houses, you can explore the family rooms and walk in the servants’ footsteps down the back stairs, moving around the...more
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Berrington Hall Leominster, Hereford HR6 0DW, England
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Reviewed yesterday

Sadly this is one of the most contentious series of interiors of any NT house. It used to be a delightful property to visit but has hosted a succession of the most awful exhibitions and radical imagery over the last 5 years in its rooms...More

Thank stephen w
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Visit to see the lovely house and gardens at Berrington. We've been several times before and regularly take our grandchildren. They've loved the children's nursery, the Butlers quarters, and upstairs bedrooms in particular. Alas they've all disappeared to make way for an art gallery. The...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I bought my husband national trust membership for father's day and we have really been enjoying visiting new places as a family. We were visiting my mum so thought we would take her to the closest one to her house. The gardens are beautiful the...More

Thank Buttterfly_x
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Lovely gardens, although an ugly pink artwork (or at least it purported to be art) was slightly irritating. Beautiful landscaped gardens (courtesy of Capability Brown). Interesting house, rather fact heavy / spice light talk in library but excellent below stairs tour. Nice tea in courtyard....More

Thank makethegradetuition
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Thomas Harley, 18c Lord Mayor of London and first owner of Berrington Hall who commissioned Capability Brown to landscape the parkland. Beautiful views and easy walking routes. Inside the mansion, a real treat awaits anyone interested in textile conservation. A replica Court Mantua is on...More

Thank reddisa62
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We visited on a Wed and had a lovely walk round the kitchen garden which - as others have remarked - was marred by a large pink installation. We took up the offer of an introductory talk. Though clearly very well intentioned, it was far...More

1  Thank ashdown2011
Reviewed 8 October 2018

A smaller house to explore but interesting and at times some rooms showing small exhibitions. There are pleasant gardens with orchard and walks. The usual restaurant supplied by The National Trust is reached downstairs off the courtyard where the cakes are always a treat. Many...More

Thank christineamgarre2018
Reviewed 6 October 2018

Worth a visit but not the most spectacular property we've been to. Perhaps the rainy day ( unusual for this summer ) didn't help. Large grounds for taking walks, good café with prompt and friendly service. Walled gardens with large installation are worth a look....More

Thank Keith P
Reviewed 5 October 2018

Really lovely hall and gardens. Particularly liked the kitchen gardens and orchard. The hall was very interesting with advice on hand from knowledgeable staff in each room.

Thank TeaWithQ
Reviewed 5 October 2018 via mobile

Very relaxing the cafe offers interesting fayre we missed out on the lunch food as it stopped serving at 2.30pm We had a freshly made ham spinach and mayo sandwich plus tea. Very tasty Then went for a mooch round the last commissioned garden by...More

1  Thank jonesyboy27
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emzkindle
3 April 2018|
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Response from Joneses514 | Reviewed this property |
Well there’s plenty of ground to run around!
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