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Tredegar House, Newport

Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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4.3/5 based on 750+ reviews on the web
Described as "the grandest and most exuberant country house" in Monmouthshire, Tredegar House stands on 36.4 hectares (90 acres) of gardens and parkland. This redbrick house is recognized as the finest Restoration house in Wales. Historical objects in the house include art, furniture, and books. Descend to the kitchens and see how cooking was done hundreds of year before. Stroll around the yard and gardens and enjoy the peaceful surroundings. Head to the tearoom for refreshments. Plan to visit Tredegar House during your Newport vacation using our convenient Newport itinerary maker.
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  • I adore Tredegar House. The scenery is gorgeous, the gardens always have something to look at and the house itself is always spectacular. The staff are always friendly and informative and there's some...  read more »
  • We stopped at this fine house (NT) on the way to see friends in South Wales. It's just off the M4 and well worth a visit. It has an interesting history having been in the Morgan family since the 17th ...  read more »
  • Popped in for lunch. Had soup. It was quick and easy and good price. It was just like eating my own home made soup. Service was good but didn't like the fact that dogs were allowed. There was one righ...  read more »
  • The grounds and the house are great and very historical, things around the house and lark for all ages. Only kind of and it's a big kind of, is the entry price being kind of high, before the change to national trust there used to be access to the main gardens without playing for the whole package with the house. But still a great place to visit with the family and the staff really know their history.
  • Went here with my wife, two kids and friends. It was a lovely day out; the grounds are beautiful and the cafe, although a little pricey, was great! Will definitely go again.
  • The National Trust are doing a great job reorienting this important site into a fascinating place to visit. Some 'interesting' characters in that family to say the least... :) The ground are also lovely to stroll around and the food was great.
  • Lovely Gardens and a really well presented house with rooms set in three different eras. A nice walk around the lake and probably one of the best cafes with the variety of outside seating areas I've seen at a National Trust property
  • Amazing house with a really fascinating history. Incredibly informative guides. Stunning gardens and parkland and only metres from the motorway. Great cafĂ© too.
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