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Please note the rooftop walkway is now closed. As a £5.4m roof project draws to a close, young adventurers can enjoy a number of family trails through the grounds of this former Tudor palace. Amble past a six-hundred-year-old oak tree, tiptoe inside...more
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The Vyne Vyne Road, Sherborne St. John, Basingstoke RG24 9HL, England
All of the house is now open after the roof work. We didn't go in as we just went for a walk round the grounds. The woods are lovely very reminiscent of our childhood. A lovely visit if you want simplicity, we will probably return...More
We explored the vyne on a heritage day, free of charge, as we live nearby. I think that addmission as a part of national trust membership is fine, but pay as you go for a day out is expensive. House and the grounds are nice,...More
Went for a visit in the afternoon and did not realise the house closed so early, at 4pm, so as we looked at the gardens first we were not able to go inside. Recently had lots of work done in the roof so some lawn/...More
Did not start well as the do not cater fort coach it had nowhere to park hence it had to go away so that meant we had to carry all our bags around as we could not return to the coach not a pleasant experience...More
The vyne is a national trust house and gardens located on the outskirts of Basingstoke.
Tours of the house are available at select times throughout the day. There is a kids play area and river side deckchairs for sunny days.
However, free of charge, you...More
Bank holiday Monday visit with Daughter. Busy but plenty of parking. Gardens and grounds super and the house had opened after the refurb only the previous Monday. Interesting history and objects on show. The Library is stripped and every page of each book is being...More
An interesting place to visit, with historical significance. The grounds were lovely and great for children and families. Open spaces for the children to run around and for dog walkers.
The gardens are so gorgeous...a place for a family picnic.
The cafe was very good...More
As National Trust members we have visited the Vyne several times. The renovation of the house was almost completed. However, there’s not a great deal to see in terms of shrubs and flowers. There are a few walks in the woodlands which are OK. The...More
My husband and I live very close to this purposely and we often cycle here. It's got a wonderful house to look around. A beautiful walled garden where apples, various other fruits and gorgeous dahlias are grown throughout the year. They also have several bee...More
Visited today and had a very enjoyable time looking around the house and the grounds (despite the rain). At the end of my walk around the house I arrived at the Chapel and, because there was no room guide, casually picked up the Guide Folder...More
It is well fenced but I should certainly want to hold on to a toddler in case they tried climbing. An elderly relative should be fine as the fence is a good height and, even if someone was a little unsteady on their feet... More
It is well fenced but I should certainly want to hold on to a toddler in case they tried climbing. An elderly relative should be fine as the fence is a good height and, even if someone was a little unsteady on their feet, they should be safe.
Response from nhanzg2016 | Reviewed this property |
You don't have to pay for entrance if you're only doing the woodland walk. You can park for free by the Vyne car park. As you head to the Visitor Reception, turn right, go through the black metal gates (be mindful of cows... More
You don't have to pay for entrance if you're only doing the woodland walk. You can park for free by the Vyne car park. As you head to the Visitor Reception, turn right, go through the black metal gates (be mindful of cows grazing, etc.) & follow the path straight ahead towards Morgaston Woods. You’ll see The Vyne house come into view across the lake on your left. If you Google "The Vyne woodland walk trail", it should take you to the link for the woodland walk. I hope this helps.