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All reviews national trust charles wade eclectic collection musical instruments car park the main house fascinating place small house tea room nt property timed tickets treasure trove difficulty walking interesting house gardens are lovely penny farthing well worth a visit
Visited as we were going to Evesham and so it made a useful and interesting stop for a couple of hours or so.
Followed the sat-nav but wish we hadn't as it took us a short but VERY narrow way in. But we got there...More
i live quite close to Snowshill (famous also for opening scenes in Bridget Jones) and go regularly to the Manor It is beautifully preserved and staffed by really knowledgeable volunteers with also a wonderful tea room. You have to be quite fit as there is...More
It was very busy when I arrived and I was issued an entry for that house indicating that I had an hour to wait before I could enter the house. I decided not to wait to gain entry to the house, but visited the gardens...More
The back story is fantastic Charles Wade was a true eccentric. The house had a good atmosphere the priests house more so. The staff were knowledgeable and eager to share the houses history with us. Must also mention the gentleman who greeted us in the...More
We took my mum and sister here as a birthday day out for my sister. It was a lovely day out by everyone. The house seems to get better on each visit and we seem to see different things on each visit. Definitely worth a...More
I was really impressed with Snowshill Manor and Gardens. I would also really like to thank the staff and volunteers (particularly Alisha / Alicia on the front desk) for all the help and care they put into making this a lovely visit.
We were staying...More
Visited with our two grandchildren of 12 and 16.A truly amazing experience! So much to explore, discover and find out about. We felt as if we were all embarking on a fabulous journey into the imaginative, historic, Gothic and incredible, a true treasure house of...More
What an amazing place! First of all, we visited the gardens of Snowshill Manor, all beautifully laid out with lots of colour, and a number of quirky features as well, such as the model village and harbour. The gardens are on several different levels, necessarily...More
Snowshill Manor is a national trust property. We found it to be a rather strange, but an interesting place. It is about a 10 minute walk from the entrance to the House and gardens. Outside consists of some gardens and some barns which were the...More
Response from LaStorione | Reviewed this property |
I was there in August (by car admittedly) but I'm pretty sure I saw a bike rack in the car park near the entrance to the ticket office. And even if there isn't a rack, and you just have a bike lock, your bike would be very... More
I was there in August (by car admittedly) but I'm pretty sure I saw a bike rack in the car park near the entrance to the ticket office. And even if there isn't a rack, and you just have a bike lock, your bike would be very safe anyway because Snowshill is very secluded. So if you left your bike near the ticket office it would be fine. But if you want to be absolutely sure you could always give them a ring on 01386 852410. They're really helpful in the ticket office.
Response from StuartandRichard | Reviewed this property |
Hello. £10.40 per adult, £5.40 per child. But may I recommend that you become a member ( pay by Credit Card ) and then visit more National Trust Properties free of charge ? It can represent a good investment. We hope you... More
Hello. £10.40 per adult, £5.40 per child. But may I recommend that you become a member ( pay by Credit Card ) and then visit more National Trust Properties free of charge ? It can represent a good investment. We hope you enjoy your visit.