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Edmondsham House and Gardens

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Fascinating Visit

We went on one of the few days that the house, as well as the gardens, was open. The tour of the... read more

Reviewed 28 April 2017
Corscombe, United Kingdom
Colourful guided tour by owner

The owner is a great tour guide. The house is a real, lived-in home, certainly not a museum. Every... read more

Reviewed 11 April 2016
London, United Kingdom
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  • Average9%
  • Poor9%
  • Terrible9%
26 May 2018
“Loved it”
25 Apr 2018
“Wednesday afternoon visit”
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Edmondsham House Edmondsham, Wimborne BH21 5RE, England
+44 1725 517207
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Reviewed 26 May 2018

This was a lovely hour or so. Refreshingly different to the National Trust. Garden only open on the day we visited as the House was closed but well worth the £2.50p.p. in the honesty box. We visited in May so a lovely season.

Thank Lawrie52
Reviewed 25 April 2018 via mobile

We visited the house and garden on a wet April day. The house was well sign posted and there was plenty of parking. We enjoyed the tour of the ground floor. The owner shared lots of memories of treasured object. The gardens were also worth...More

5  Thank Jeffroyals
Reviewed 11 July 2017

After a long trip on a very hot day, arrived on a Wednesday at 2.30 pm , lovely house and the gardens from what we could see looked very pleasant all set in very well keep grounds. The day was wasted as the was no...More

Reviewed 28 April 2017

We went on one of the few days that the house, as well as the gardens, was open. The tour of the house was conducted by the owner, Mrs Julia Smith, and was absolutely fascinating with all the little artefacts from a house that has...More

Thank ColinRS0346
Reviewed 5 June 2016

Happened to be driving past and the gardens were open so popped in for a look around. Pleasant enough to wander round on a quite hot Sunday afternoon in June but in reality not a lot to look at, about half an hour or so...More

1  Thank Rockman01787
Reviewed 11 April 2016

The owner is a great tour guide. The house is a real, lived-in home, certainly not a museum. Every attempt is made to make the tour comfortable for those less able to stand for long periods. The home-made cake available to purchase at the end...More

Thank dianella28
Reviewed 29 May 2015

Have been twice: once on a NGS open day when we also saw the house and once on a regular Wednesday open day. On the NGS day we walked the gardens and then Mrs Smith the owner was a great host showing us the ground...More

2  Thank Christine S
Reviewed 7 May 2015

Check opening times before setting out to find this peaceful family home- it is not often open! We visited in spring and the bluebells were lovely: I can't comment on what the gardens would be like later in the year. (To be honest, I may...More

Thank Tricia D
Reviewed 8 April 2015

The tour of the house was conducted by the lady owner who was informative and amusing about the history of the house, its past residents and various artefacts within it. It is fairly small but as one who can get bored with walking round stately...More

Thank BrianBournemouth
Reviewed 19 August 2014

Have visited several times and very worthwhile if you're in the area and like gardens. This is not a National Trust Stately Home experience. It is much less commercial. The Tudor house/home (with Georgian extensions) is still owned by the family and is full of...More

3  Thank Steamingaround
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