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18th-century architectural masterpiece with landscape park and gardens, built on the site of a medieval priory, Nostell has been the home of the Winn family for 300 years. Commissioned by Sir Rowland Winn in 1733, James Paine built the house. Later...more
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Lovely place to visit as a family. A huge play area for the children, lovely grounds to run and explore, beautiful houses and gardens to see. Highly enjoyed our visit! I could imagine in the warmer months it would be a great place to take...More
As in the area decided it would be worthwhile to revisit this NT property. It is quite a long walk down from large car park (possibly some transport available on request).
Instead of an exhibition of clocks there was one of Thomas Chippendale's furniture, thus...More
Great place to relax either walking around the beautiful grounds (in any weather), visiting the wonderful stately home or coffee with friends in the courtyard. I'm a regular visitor to Nosetll Priory for these reasons. Great for all ages.
We enjoy shows here both outside and inside 18th Century building now but the monks have been at the priory since 14century .
Nostell is a Palladian mansion set in a large park just south of Wakefield. Besides the renowned Robert Adam interiors and Thomas...More
Having visited Nostell Priory on many occasions and never fails to impress. Lovely views, great cafe, historic house and inspiring grounds. There is always something to do for all the family, whether it’s a tranquil walk, a stroll through the walled garden, playing with kids...More
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You have not misunderstood. Most National Trust properties now charge for parking. Members can scan their membership card and park which is now included in their annual membership fee. Of all the trusts properties, Nostell... More
You have not misunderstood. Most National Trust properties now charge for parking. Members can scan their membership card and park which is now included in their annual membership fee. Of all the trusts properties, Nostell is one that is worth every penny, and is still less expensive than many other stately homes in Yorkshire.