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Canons Ashby, Northamptonshire

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  • Visited here on Monday. This National Trust property is located in the middle of nowhere. Not a very good road from the M1,but if you persevere it is a journey well worth making. On arrival there we s...  more »
  • Tudor home that has been restored. Home was started in 1086. Interesting group of docents that dole out great info as you tour. Pretty gardens that are starting their summer bloom.  more »
  • This is wonderful place to visit, with an interesting history. The Elizabethan wall paintings are amazing. It was great to be able to look around 'below stairs' in the kitchen & servants hall. In the ...  more »
  • We have recently moved to the area and so this has become one of our local places to visit with the kids and we love it. It has pretty formal gardens and a large parkland and paddock to explore. The kids enjoyed the trail around the house and the lovely cake from the cafe. A great place to come if you are just passing through or to spend the day.
  • Interesting but of history. Not the most extensive house they have. Garden is a work in progress. Nice shop and cafe. Pleasant staff and volunteers.
  • Great NT property to visit. Good tour of the house with knowledgeable staff. Ask to see the tudor door and the room with the funeral mural. These aren't generally open to the public but are fascinating. Lots of symbolism in the tudor paintings. Nice little shop for a drink and a slice of cake as well.
  • Visited for the father's day Jazz festival, very busy but fantastic none the less. Didn't have time to look around the house unfortunately but will go back when next in the area.
  • What an absolute delight to had the pleasure of visiting here. The house gardens priory and surrounding grounds were wonderful definitely well worth a visit and I will definitely be visiting again 😃