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A Unique Experience!!

Being here on holiday we like to visit as many NT sites as we can. This place is absolutely... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Micknsheila
Peaceful

Stopped here for an hour or so after visiting Hughenden. Really lovely grounds and perfect for a... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
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West Wycombe, High Wycombe, England
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Loved looking around the house, absolutely beautiful ceilings in all rooms open to visitors, and some lovely pieces of furniture too. All the volunteers were friendly, professional and knowledgeable. There was a concert in the Music Room the day I visited, which was a lovely...More

Thank Rebeka N
Reviewed 4 days ago

Being here on holiday we like to visit as many NT sites as we can. This place is absolutely beautiful... tour was very informative and guide certainly knew her stuff. Grounds are perfect for a peaceful calming walk, would have enjoyed a tea and cake...More

Thank Micknsheila
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Stopped here for an hour or so after visiting Hughenden. Really lovely grounds and perfect for a stroll around the lake in the sunshine. No dogs or picnics allowed, which is a shame but I expect it’s to keep the grounds tidy. We had a...More

Thank A9889
Reviewed 1 week ago

The house and park are well worth a visit. The vistas both of, and from the house are stunning. We took the guided tour of the ground floor of the house. The volunteer guides really know their stuff, we had a really interesting hour being...More

Thank Kipper
Reviewed 1 week ago

We spent a few hours around here, walking, chilling and taking pictures. It is a beautiful park with a big lake and stunning views. There is a stately home in the middle, which is charged for separately and we did not go around it.

Thank Gary C
Reviewed 1 week ago

The grounds at West wycombe are lovely at any time of the year, plenty of places to hide yourselves away. The lakes are beautiful to sit by watch the wildlife. Plenty of areas for the kids to play safely as well

Thank d0r54
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

the house and gardens make a wonderful set piece together with the charming village and the madly eccentric Hellfire caves. Take time to go into the house and take the tour if you're able. Our day was only spoilt by the officious NT staff at...More

Thank rans4d
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I visit West Wycombe Park at least once a week when it is open as it is perfect for a walk around the lake and to admire the breathtaking views. What I don't appreciate is the man at the entrance kiosk asking me ' why...More

Thank Happy H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Breathtaking house and grounds were let down by a male member of staff deposited unsightly on a stool at the kiosk eating and smoking on our exit.....not a good look on admission/exit at such a beautiful place. Really enjoyed though and will return

Thank Yumyum2210
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This place is probably well known as a film set for various productions. The house is very well decorated with some rather good copies of Raphael's work. Only the 8 state rooms of the ground floor of the house are opened to visit and no...More

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Peter V
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Response from Rob M | Reviewed this property |
The property is owned by the National Trust and so it is unlikely that you can fly a drone and you would certainly need their permission as members of the public frequent the house and grounds.
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Karen W
25 July 2016|
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Response from Richard C | Reviewed this property |
The village is totally separate and can be visited without going to the House,Caves or Park.
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