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Chastleton House and Garden, Moreton-in-Marsh

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  • Enjoyed seeing the faded grandour of this Jacobean house. Other members of the party had fun playing croquet, some more seriously than others. No refreshments but lovely tea and cake available at the ...  more »
  • Visited Chastleton House while sightseeing around Moreton in Marsh. Really interesting place. The house is considered one of the finest country houses of the early 17th century. Built by a prosperous ...  more »
  • Wow what an amazing house and so well preserved. Brilliant that so little change has taken place so you can get feel of Jacobean Manor House. It has four floors and is so atmospheric. There is a great...  more »
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  • This is a very special National Trust property. You really feel as though you have travelled back in time to the 18th century and can experience what life must have been. There are excellent examples of Chinese porcelain and English wine glasses. I have given a 4 rating due to the long down hill walk to the house. Of course those with Blue Badge passes can park adjacent to the house and if you have concerns drive down to the house drop off your party and return to the upper car park. The guides were very welcoming and on the very cold day we visited a lovely log fire in the hearth was also very welcome.
  • Bit of a different national trust building. Very much unchanged by time
  • Had a very pleasant day out here. Although small, the rooms provide lots of historical value, which means you spend plenty of time wandering round, taking in the atmosphere. We had tea and a very indulgent slice of cake. Lovely place set in gorgeous surroundings.
  • Not the most spectaculat National Trust property, but quite interesting in its own way as (for a change) it hasn't been restored to pristine condition.
  • Loved this place from the ram-shackled disrepair of parts of the interior, to the quirky tea and cakes from the adjacent church ... great building , stunning views and gardens and nice cake .... that's all you need surely !