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Berrington Hall, Hereford

Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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4.4/5 based on 500+ reviews on the web
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  • The interior of this house is outstanding with decorated, painted ceilings and beautiful rooms. Lots of information on the contents of all rooms in booklets and very helpful staff. Wonderful Capabilit...  read more »
  • This National Trust property is some way from a "must see" but provides for a very pleasant afternoon. The Hall itself does not promise much from the outside but inside the downstairs area is beautifu...  read more »
  • Visited after viewing on NT website, the house is very sparsely furnished. The emphasis appears to be of featured displays which we did not find of interest. The grounds are extensive and pleasant to ...  read more »
  • Lovely house with a good selection of rare and beautiful furniture in family room settings. Took or dogs around the beautiful grounds and lake which they very much enjoyed. The house and gardens on a human scale and not too overwhelming. We enjoyed our dressing up session with the 2 friendly volunteers (there on a Wednesday) A most enjoyable afternoon.
  • Berrington Hall is one we visit fairly often, knowing that the displays will change to add variety Never disappointed. The big plus this year was the enthusiasm of the volunteers who contrived to make the day better than usual.
  • Good cafe and nice grounds with nice walks.
  • Not a patch on nearby croft castle. Good views but spoilt by nearby road. Spectacularly poor for dog owners
  • A really interesting property with the Capability Brown grounds extending far into the distance. You get to enjoy these even if not visiting the grounds as you have to walk around the building and through the main front door! The inside of the building has great interiors and we liked how sounds were playing (on the servants stairwell for example) to help provide atmosphere and context. The underground cellars with entry to an underground well are interesting (never seen one of those before). Something also enjoyed (and wished I had more time to indulge) was the presentation of paperwork and information on the divorce of the previous owners and you were for your opinion on who actually divorced who (there's no right or wrong answer!) The cakes were really nice and well priced. I thought the sausage bap was a reasonable price, but when arrived was underwhelming. But the cakes were (I repeat to cover all doubt) were amazing!
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