spent a pleasant hour or two here took me back to my childhood nice little drive to the place too delightful little cottage very interesting place
About Hill Top, Beatrix Potter's House
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We arrived early in the day and did not have to wait too long to get our timed tickets. Then we walked around the surrounding village enjoying looking at the cottages till our entry time came. Both the garden and the house were very interesting....More
I think the perfect way to visit Hill Top is to visit The World of Beatrix Potter in Bowness on Windermere which is very focussed on the books and characters, then visit Hill Top for some context and to fill in the history. This attraction...More
it was a bucket list dream to see this place and I left deflated .yes it was expensive @10.50 each and a wee hike to get to so beware if your not soo great at waking but when I got in the whole viewing took...More
Nice to look at Beatrix potters home , preserved well with great attention to views featured in her books. i did however feel it was a little overpriced in comparison to other National Trust properties
Yes it's £11.50 per person (incl. gift aid) but if the money goes towards preserving national heritage and something as historic as this then I don't mind paying. A visit will probably take no more than 30 minutes of your time, but seeing behind the...More
It was great to visit the home of Miss Potter. The guides were excellent, plenty of interesting information. It was pretty dark inside on a very gloomy day but you could use a torch to see objects better. The small garden in front of the...More
Really not much to do at this place... quite over-priced and trading on its reputation. Didn't learn much about Beatrix - about all you can say is that 'I've seen it'.
If you visit here, please take the time to seek help from the excellent volunteer guides. you will learn so much more. The gardens were lovely too.
Nothing spectacular about this place except for the writer who lived here. if you are in the Lake District then take a quick stroll at this place for an insight on the writer and the ambiance.