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We visited Arlington Court with our extended family, with babies and grandparents, and everyone had a lovely day! The house had things of interest for people of all ages, our favourites being the 13th century prayer book, the shell collections and the silk wallpaper -...More
We are members of the National Trust and saw the signs for Arlington Court whilst on holiday and made a mental note to visit if we were at a loose end one day. That day was yesterday and we were not disappointed. The warm welcome...More
Wonderful, interesting house, fabulous gardens and the country's leading carriage museum, so lots for children and adults alike. Usual NT cafe, where the food looked very good, we had a sandwich and a coffee when we arrived. Would recommend.
This must be one of the National Trusts most enjoyable properties with something for all the family.
The Regency House was the family home of the Chichesters for many generations. Accordingly most of the furniture, fittings artwork and model ship collection have always been there....More
What can I say, great facilities, great staff, great house and great gardens. We spent 5 hours here and could have spent more. The kids loved the bug hunting. The carriage museum is well worth a visit. We didn’t visit the cafe but it looked...More
Not many NT in this particular area but we were very impressed with Arlington Court. The house is magnificent and very interesting. Everything is laid out beautifully and there's plenty of volunteers to hand to answer any questions.
My youngest daughter particularly liked the Carriage...More
Worthwhile a visit as plenty to see in the house and also the grounds. We took a picnic and found plenty of benches to sit on. Nice cafe for those who want to eat in and quite reasonable prices. Our granddaughter enjoyed the play area....More
As members we took ourselves over to Arlington not knowing what to find. Well, what a lovely surprise. Not only did we enjoy walking around the gardens and parkland, but the buildings & artefacts were very interesting. If 'you' could ignore the ivory element, from...More
This is a huge sprawling site and we didn’t really do it justice as we were a bit pushed for time - you’d need a good half day here to do it properly. We only visited the house which was as ever fascinating. The “special”...More
Sorry , I can't remember if its an inclusive price. You need good weather to view the gardens and estate though. I have visited often enough to know rain isn't good for walking through the lower estate