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The Vyne, Sherborne St. John
(4.2/5 based on 550+ reviews on the web)
The Vyne is located in Sherborne St. John. Add The Vyne to your Basingstoke travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Basingstoke itinerary planner.
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  • My family and I visited this grand House and really enjoyed every moment. Great to see the past in this day and age. Very nice cafe and staff. 
  • Lovely house and grounds. Can buy fresh veg and herbs that are grown there. Nice tea shop and book shop 
  • A beautiful National Property a few miles from Basingstoke. For the less ambient there is sometimes a buggy available to take visitors from the car park to the main area. Lawns lead down from the hous...  more »
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  • Well presented woodlands and wetlands. The house is currently under going much needed conservation work. Beautiful tree lined walks. Kids love it. Worth a visit.
  • Best to visit on a dry sunny day. Good spots for picnics, especially around the lake in front of the property. Benches scattered around the estate to rest and relax. Restaurant has seating outside as well--very nice on warm days. Very tasty coffee and some good warm food too.
  • Classic NT but interesting house and grounds. There was a live workshop making clay tiles when we visited. Was great to be able to make our own and know they will be used. Good restaurant/cafĂ© on site.
  • Lovely setting - house looks interesting. Nothing for kids. One of the play areas is laughable in that it consists of a bark covered circle with some little tikes ride on tractors, lawn mowers and some ride on cows; and that's it. Oh and some crappy tables with scholastic nonsense on them. They won't last the winter without rotting. The amazingly billed "enchanted play something" area is an epic let down. Water logged; dangerous for under 2s with plenty of rocks for them to fall onto and smash their teeth out. It held my kids attention for about 5 minutes. Well actually that's how long I let them risk their lives on this monstrosity. It's all Eco bollocks and left wing trendiness - whereas may I suggest a simple safe playground with swings and roundabouts etc- maybe a climbing frame on rubber matting would be far cheaper and hold kids attention longer. National trust offer a monthly bill of 9 quid - I'd rather pay for a years Wellington than this.
  • This is really well kept, lovely walks, lawns and play areas. Great day out for the family. very very well run.