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Ashdown House

Lambourn RG17 8RE, England
+44 1494 755569
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Great country walk.

Arrived st 9.00am, open, because it’s dawn to dusk. Reasonably flat, bit muddy, but it has been... read more

Reviewed 25 March 2018
Charles H
via mobile
A lot of stairs

Although you are not allowed in any of the rooms it is still worth a visit for the view from the... read more

Reviewed 18 October 2017
Tonyholland233
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Norwich, United Kingdom
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Lambourn RG17 8RE, England
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Reviewed 25 March 2018 via mobile

Arrived st 9.00am, open, because it’s dawn to dusk. Reasonably flat, bit muddy, but it has been raining for a couple of days. Our first, but not last, visit. Grumpy Yorkshireman.

Thank Charles H
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Reviewed 18 October 2017

Although you are not allowed in any of the rooms it is still worth a visit for the view from the top. Not open that often so check before you go and only 3 guided tours in the afternoon. The guide was very knowledgeable about...More

1  Thank Tonyholland233
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Reviewed 30 September 2017

Enjoyable few hours out, a bit of history being told by a guide and climbing a stair case with lots of old pictures and statues. Free if you're a history member as well. lovely walks around the house and in the gardens

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Reviewed 23 September 2017

We took our dog here for a walk on a Saturday afternoon. The house was open so the car park was quite busy and there were a lot of people about to go into the house. We just walked around the grounds which was very...More

Thank Richard F
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Reviewed 27 August 2017

An off beat place to see. Wander up from the car park - 10 minutes or thereabouts - and meet the very friendly people ( in costume ) who can tell you about the house. Entry to the house is by guided tour only -...More

Thank Jane H
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Reviewed 26 August 2017

Managed to pick the hottest sunniest day to visit so the views were absolutely stunning. The grounds are tenderly cared for with much love. You can only visit the house Weds and Sat afternoon between 2 and 5pm and only with a tour guide. They...More

Thank goldylonglocks
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Reviewed 9 August 2017

Lovely hunting lodge set in fantastic scenery in a valley on the Berkshire Downs. The tour guide was absolutely brilliant and learnt lots about the extraordinary house. The fine elm staircase was immaculately restored and the best view in three counties was visible from the...More

1  Thank DennisSmith25
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Reviewed 24 July 2017

The grounds of Ashdown House are ideal for a Sunday afternoon stroll providing trails through the woods and open meadows. A big plus is that they are dog friendly and there is plenty of secure parking.So while you walk off your lunch ,the rest of...More

Thank john w
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Reviewed 9 July 2017 via mobile

Really pretty and tranquil land. run by National Trust. Due to the tenancy agreement the trust has with their tenants who willingly spent loads on renovation, public can only see the entrance hall and the stair case and landjng. The terrace view was amazing though....More

Thank ivy_oops
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Reviewed 29 May 2017

I was disappointed by the tour of this beautiful hunting lodge set in glorious countryside as you only get to see the staircase and then look at views from the rooftop. I expected to see some of the rooms but they are all locked as...More

Thank Tamsin C
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