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We spent a morning at Tredegar House whilst on a Just Go Holidays Coach trip and thoroughly enjoyed it. The grounds are lovely and we really enjoyed the time we spent in the house. More than anything, if you get the chance to go on...More
We used this place as a pit stop on the way home from holiday, as National Trust members we try to visit as many NT places as possible.
The cafe was good and we enjoyed stretching our legs walking round the lake
We took the trip to Tredegar House because of the reviews given. Having been we would say that the house and gardens are worth a visit but that compared to Breamore House in Hampshire, which is a manor house for the same price, there is...More
I took my 2 teenagers here as had been told it was worth a visit. The prices weren’t too bad and they did give a disabled and carer rate although that wasn’t on the website. The gardens were beautiful and peaceful to wonder round and...More
We went to this National Trust property .
Just beautiful setting in enormous Garden.
Lots of history and lots to see.
Magnificent rooms preserved in history.
Volunteer staff were excellent and spent so much time telling stories of each of the room.
Wish we had...More
Even when this was run by Newport council, it was a very good place to visit. Now the National Trust have it on a 99 year lease, it is even better, thanks to greater investment. The house itself has a charming and harmonious exterior, and...More
This is an excellent national trust Property which has fantastic expert staff led by the wonderful Carol. The bestNational Trust staff we have met. We were given the warmest welcome and taken to the card index to see if we could find my news of...More