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Newark Park, Ozleworth
(4.2/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web)
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  • I did find this somewhat difficult to locate, even with detailed directions (and managed to leave it via the extremely steep route down into Wotton-under-edge, but it certainly was worth the trouble. ...  more »
  • I was really impressed with the free activities this weekend. The children were able to write a letter to Santa, make Xmas cards and crackers. They could make biscuit decorations in the basement kitch...  more »
  • House is worth a visit. Walks around the estate are great. Walks can suit all walkers young and old. Beautiful gardens with lakes to relaxed around. Cafe next to the house serving light snacks. Play c...  more »
  • Mostly bad with a nugget of gold at the end. Your visit starts of by being fleeced by a guy hiding in a shed at the corner of the car park. While being fleeced you also have to listen to fifteen minutes of hard sell about why you should join the National Trust. Assuming you make it past the shed you'll probably then walk down to the house. At first glance it looks like it should make for an enjoyable wander around a nice old building while learning a bit of history... then you go inside. It turns out that in the not to distant past the place was used as a old folks home and, to be brutally honest, it looks like they only just left. Little to no effort had been made to show off the grandeur of the building it was just one half empty room with peeling wallpaper after another. Combine that with staff that were more interested in trying to tell ghost stories than tell you about the building and it's occupants and there wasn't much point in being there. So, the house is utter rubbish but at least you can drown your sorrows with a cup of tea. In this case you'd better like cold tea. There is a tea room but it's a fair whether only affair. Seating is in the main house, the place where you buy your food is up by the car park. Oh, and it seems metal knives are an impossibility for them. And finally we reach the only good point. If you get away from the house and grounds (also rubbish) there is an excellent walk around the local countryside. It takes you down and back up the valley the house looks out over. Spectacular views and great countryside.
  • Really quirky place, restored by a Texan architect in the latter part of the 20th Century. Great views across Gloucestershire and beyond from the top of the house. Leave time to visit the grounds.
  • Nice gardens. House is very authentic. Not usual NT shops everywhere.
  • A beautiful tranquil setting for this house. Lovely informative room guides...and other staff! Could perhaps do with more variety of merchandise for sale in the shop and more plants. We were taking a detour from the M5 (holiday traffic nightmare) and thoroughly enjoyed our visit and lunch there. My only criticism? Don't 'undersell' the property volunteer staff...the house may not be the grandest N.T. property but it has an interesting history and the Tudor kitchens in the basement were lovely..perhaps a few more utensils and artefacts in them would look better. Would we come again...definitely!
  • House and small gardens. National Trust run, so good food and inviting. Great to visit when the snow drops are out. Long and short walks on sloping paths / bridleways