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A good example of a National Trust property which has been sympathetically preserved to give a good idea of what it was like to live here in the middle of the last century. Also has a tea room and a gift shop
We had a pleasant visit to the Mompesson House. The history of the house and its current furnishings are well documented with informed guides in each room. The highlight is those in-room guides, who had so much enthusiasm for sharing information about the house and...More
National Trust does it again, bring history to life. Mompesson is a beautiful family home with stunning plaster work ceilings, these plaster moulds continue up the main stair case.
The house came to the National Trust void of furniture so the piece you see come...More
We had a lovely visit here. It is now my favourite NT property. It is small enough to go round in a morning or afternoon; it has a lovely cafe with tasty food; the rooms are all interesting with guides to answer questions and a...More
If you want to see what any of the houses round the edge of the Close are like inside, then you should visit Mompesson House. Its a charming and liveable house, with a nice small garden and a cafe as well. Not something you absolutely...More
This is one of the smallest N.T propertries we have visited. Not a great deal to see within but a beautiful little garden and wonderful locally baked cakes! We were told how a lady in the town makes them fresh each day. Mompesson house is...More