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Hanbury Hall, Droitwich

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  • Visitors can only take guided tours of the downstairs rooms in a morning, but from 1:00 pm can wander freely including upstairs. Tours take around 45 minutes and provide family and wider history going...  more »
  • We had a thoroughly delightful Sunday afternoon here. The car park may have been crowded being a warm, sunny day, but the grounds have more than enough space for all to spread out. Afternoon tea in th...  more »
  • What a gem. Despite only living 1hr 30 mins away this property has been under our radar. But now we've been we will certainly return. Great time to see spring flowers (daffodils and hyacinths to name ...  more »
  • This is one of the nicest Country Houses I have to. A well appointed William and Mary House of just about the right size to walk around (and to live in) set amongst well refurbished formal gardens. A great place to visit. I could live here as well :). Don't forget to ask for the story about Doris - the last resident - and Bowater George - her Husband - the mistress and the 8 cats. Her portrait is in the dinning room.
  • National trust members. Another fantastic NT family day out. Huge driveway and courtyard leading up to a truly magnificent house. Room after room simply oozing with luxury. Fantastic formal gardens leading onto orchards, vegetable gardens and fields. A very nice children's play area with a couple of picnic tables in there. As usual, excellent food. There are 3 eating areas. Excellent toilets and 2 baby changing/disabled rooms.
  • Visited a few times and took out membership here this year. Staff are helpful and the grounds are good for a hall of this size (slightly smaller). The village fete that takes place here in summer is a must if you like cake and tea - the gardens and walks are lovely. There's a nice little play area for the kids including an area for den building which my son loved. A couple of tea rooms and more on the menu than the standard fair. Well worth a few visits throughout the year especially if there's an event on.
  • Great grounds for a walk and open over Christmas holidays when most other local National Trust properties were shut. Well done to staff and volunteers at Hanbury Hall.
  • Wonderful national trust property with excellent grounds that are highly suited to families. Good cafe and great play area. Visit very regularly, highly recommended.