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Newstead Abbey, Ravenshead
(4.4/5 based on 360+ reviews on the web)
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  • We were staying with some friends in the area and they suggested visiting Newstead Abbey. They had been around the gardens several times before but they had not visited the house. There were not any o...  more »
  • Extremely interesting historical tour as you move around the house. The gardens were well past their best in early November, so we are looking forward to a visit next June or early July (Before the ki...  more »
  • For a nice day this is a good place for a walk (dogs on leads, and not allowed indoors in the cafe. Summertime would be even nicer but in autumn the colours are beautiful and the Japanese garden has a...  more »
Google
  • This is an excellent place to spend the day, lovely grounds and a very nice cafe.
  • Interesting and intriguing place visited on a lovely circular walk from Linby via Papplewick.
  • Great place to visit. Beautiful gardens and peacocks roaming the grounds. There is a charge for parking and to go into the abbey, but the gardens are free and so stunning it's worth it.
  • Beautiful and the guy at the gate is one of the nicest blokes I've ever met.
  • Love walking round the grounds here