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Harvington Hall, Harvington

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4.5/5 based on 180 reviews on the web
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  • The hall is a companion property to Coughton Court in Warwickshire and shares a similar history of Catholic owners, oppression and ingenious priest holes. Where it differs is the irresistibly attracti...  read more »
  • Thanks to Groupon, we had a wonderful day out at this fascinating survival. Up till now it's been a well-kept secret, as we've lived in the area for ten years and had no idea of its existence. We had ...  read more »
  • Thoroughly enjoyed ourselves even my 34 yr old son was intrigued especially looking for the priest holes of which there are many and varied. Good interactive visitor centre with wooden games to play. ...  read more »
  • Fascinating and beautifully restored. Lovely gardens and tea room. Staff very kind, professional. Made us feel very welcome. On the day we visited there were Elizabethan musicians & dancers. A nice touch.
  • Went for Christmas meal. Highly recommended. ....minstrels were great. A totally different evening.
  • An interesting place of never heard of. Not national trust. Good tour. And informative.
  • My daughter had a bride and groom family breakfast at the tea room. Excellent
  • 5 of 5 stars Reviewed 29 April 2014 NEW Harvington Hall has to be, one of the best heritage houses, I've been to. With the beautiful gardens and moat around the house. The Reenactors of Tudors around in full dress, always make me feel, as if I've stepped back in time. The tea room has got to be the best, I've ever had. All the staff at the house are nice, but the lady's from the tea room are amazing!! The cakes are so nice and always baked that morning! To have a scone fresh from the oven and still warm is brilliant. Unlike the National trust, the tea room is free to enter so me and my husband can spend more on cake.
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