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Berrington Hall, Hereford

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Reviews
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  • My wife, 3 year old son and I has recently been given a National Trust membership for a Christmas present, Berrington Hall is right on our door step so we couldn't wait to explore. This time it was on...  more »
  • Interesting house and excellent tour of 'below stairs' led by a Welsh lady which was appropriate for the area. The gardens were great especially the walled garden. 
  • We always enjoy our time at Berrington Hall. The Hall is in great condition and the gardens are lovely too. We enjoy going for a long walk with our dog, then having a cup of tea. It's a great, fun day...  more »
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  • Interesting country house and grounds (Capability Brown), great walks down to the lake. The guided tour down to the servant’s rooms gave an informative glimpse into the work done by the NT staff in uncovering the hidden secrets of the house. After an excellent lunch in the tea rooms we took a gentle stroll around the walled garden and orchard. A quick return to the courtyard to fill a bag with apples and quinces before making our way back home.
  • National Trust Members. Another fantastic NT day out. Beautiful house with some amazing paper costume displays made by a seamstress, very clever. As usual, great food in the tea room. Acres of land to explore. A great day out for a picnic as well. At this size of NT property, you could easily stretch this to a two day visit. There's also a camp site a couple of miles up the road.
  • 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.
  • Great place with loads of history (Capability Brown was the landscaper). The downstairs tour was brilliant. The cafe hs great salads and cakes plus the coffees are nice. Will be visiting again as half a day is not long enough to explore more than the house and walled garden plus bouting on the lake is open only Mon to Fri.
  • Grand house , well maintained grounds the usual facilities , good all-round day out even include numerous lawn games for family's to use, well recommended