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Lanhydrock is a lovely Bational Trust property with lots of walks, in woods, by the river, around the gardens, in fields. Lovely for dogs or families with the added benefit of a lovely house or even cycle routes
Well worth the visit
Visited this property today, weather dry so we were able to walk some of the grounds ares available for dogs.
The house was decorated for a Victorian Christmas, stunning and a perfect way to start your celebrations.
The staff in the house and cafe were...More
The National Trust properties never disappoint but I was particularly impressed by this location. We just wanted a walk followed by coffee & a sandwich, but got so much more at Lanhydrock. After parking (£3 for the day) we were given a choice of 2...More
Real jewel in National Trust. What a beautiful house with 50 rooms to discover. All of them beautifully preserved. Every room has sooo much history. Volunteers can tell more interesting stories about a lot of items in these rooms.
Walking down from the car park this National Trust property really has the wow factor on first sight. A truly stunning house and beautifully kept grounds, it is packed full of information about the people that lived there many years ago.
Really interesting throughout and...More
As an avid National Trust member from North Nottinghamshire, I knew I had to visit Lanhydrock during a break to Cornwall. At first I was apprehensive and didn't really know what to expect, but I ended up being very pleasantly surprised. The house is beautiful...More
What really struck me about this property was the family story connected to it. The house was full of personal memorablelia and there was lots of information about the real people who had lived here over 100 years ago. Lots to see and experience. Good...More