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Athelhampton House is one of England's finest Tudor Manor Houses. Dating from 1485, the Great Hall is a fine example of domestic Tudor architecture, the house has many interesting rooms, filled with antique furnishings and art. The Gardens...more
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We visited Athelhampton House, with a 2 for 1 entry voucher from Gardeners' World. It was well worth the visit. This lovely old house which is still lived in by the Cooke family was ably stewarded by a delightful and informative Emma. This made a...More
Beautiful house and stunning gardens. Restaurant friendly and excellent quality. Visited mid week and it was surprisingly busy. Definitely worth visiting gardens regularly. Somehow made it more enjoyable knowing it was a working family home.
The visit was spoilt when we arrived due to a bonfire either on this property or a neighbouring one; one part of the garden was enveloped in smoke at one point and made outdoor exploring unpleasant. The house itself was interesting and the rest of...More
Stopped off on way back from short break in Devon. Visited on a Monday with beautiful weather. Very wecoming staff lent us a guidebook(what a good idea!) And both gardens and house were attractive and interesting. Self guided tour assisted by knowledgeable guide in main...More
Very interesting Tudor house of unusual configuration. Liked it a lot. Gardens disappointing in comparison with others, probably due to lack of manpower, looking rather scruffy and in need of a valet. Plant sales area un-cared for. Entry expensive at £12.95 "concession" . For comparison:...More
We started our visit by having a bowl of delicious soup. There are self-guided tours around the interesting old house but a friendly lady in the great hall gave us an overview first and pointed us in the right direction. There are various areas of...More
We were invited to a birthday party at the Athelhampton house and had the opportunity to visit the house and the gardens. It is just gorgeous! The house is amazingly decorated with Tudor period furniture. The gardens are beautiful. You can walk the gardens and...More