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National Trust - Dudmaston Estate, Bridgnorth

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  • As it had been over a year since our last visit thought we would come here,nice place for a walk with pleasant views but it doesn't take long to complete the walks.Going forward noticed that the woodl...  more »
  • Visited with family and dog for the snow drop walk. Scenery and pool were nice enough but as a responsible dog owner I find it infuriating that there was no dog mess bins or general rubbish bins along...  more »
  • I really like Dudmaston even on the busiest days you can find somewhere quiet. The estate walks are gorgeous and it is particularly stunning in the autumn. The house is well worth going in too.  more »
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  • National trust property shut on Saturdays. Set in lovely countryside. Lovely walks and tearoom in orchard. Dingle walk is lovely, lovely lakes, that you can walk round , kids can paddle in the stream. Also good children's natural play area. Now has another tearoom and second hand book shop also nice gift shop. House is interesting to go around, lots of history linked to relevant themes including Abraham Darby. Modern art collection to view as collected by the owners. Young relatives still live here giving it an intimate feel especially when you see their photos dotted about.
  • National Trust property with great gardens and very old house with a fascinating history.
  • Gorgeous gardens. We visited while the azelea & rodentendrons where out..time this right & what a display. Lovely walk around the lake & woods.The house is wonderfull very much a home as the family still live there so lots of family picture's. In fact a real privilege to wonder around somebodies home! Tearoom & plants stall available.
  • really enjoyed going round dudmaston in 2010