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Osterley Park and House - National Trust, Isleworth

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Reviews
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  • This beautiful building set in acres of park land is certainly worth a visit. The long hall is a particularly splendid sight and the Tapestries and Etruscan room are second to none. The volunteer supp...  more »
  • Visited when we stayed with family in Harrow. After a 30 minute drive you go up a long driveway until you get to the farm shop and then the car park. £6 for a car but free if you're an NT member. Now ...  more »
  • Lovely gardens, fields and the best bit is the forest trail - our four year old loves it - rope swings, making proper dens from all the broken branches, climbing trees, hopping from tree stump to tree...  more »
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  • Just a great park and the tea rooms are good as well. We go there quite often with the dog. Makes.for a lovely Sunday stroll. Park out side the park in one of the streets. No meters on Sunday.
  • Beautiful area with lots of space for children to play. Feed the ducks in the lake and enjoy food at the Stables Cafe. Will be a great way to while away your time on a sunny day. If you are a National Trust member, you can explore Osterley House and the gardens for free. Again, on a nice warm day you can enjoy a picnic in the gardens. Parking costs about £4. Watch out for the speed ditches as you drive up to the car park--they are leathal to the suspension. Observe the 5mph limit and save yourself some expensive repairs.
  • I went there for an event organised for Halloween. It was beautifully done, clearly signed and I loved the swings they put up the trees! Also the coffee in the old stables is worth going to! I loved the Thai pumpkin soup!
  • Beautiful park and manor house with tours and also coffee shop. Large green area to let dogs off and also lake to cool off in. Very nice. Parking is £6 for the day but you can park on the other side for free which is on the Southall Norwood green opposite the park down the long Lane. Or you can park outside for a fraction of the price. Great day out summer or winter. Great place to walk dogs and your dogs are allowed off the lead. Loads of dogs here always welcome
  • Spent a lovely autumnal afternoon here, pleasantly surprised with the house, nice gardens, as usual with all NT properties queuing in restaurant, could be sorted with some organisation, gents WC near shop scruffy and not particularly clean .