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Kinver Edge and the Rock Houses, Stourbridge

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Good to see the history of the area. Doesn't take too much time to visit them. Local sign posts point the way. You have to climb up a bit to get to them and the ground can get muddy in wet weather so ...  more »
  • Helpful guide showed us around the Kinver Rock Houses. Quite unbelievable how folk lived there so recently. Tea room was nice but the rock cakes not very special. Well worth a visit to the site.  more »
  • We enjoyed walking around Kinver edge, exploring the woods and Nanny's cave before visiting the Rock houses and enjoying a coffee and cake. The woods are beautiful and worth a morning walk in their ow...  more »
Google
  • Great place to walk, fantastic views. Not for those who struggle to walk as steep in places. The rock houses are closed for the winter. Middle of December to mid February
  • Staff made my day. A fun time and special visit for my Mum. We decided to join for the year and will be returning soon. It was much better than I had expected. A simple and pleasant place to visit in beautiful countryside. I loved looking out over the treetops.
  • Quaint village with breathtaking walks (I was out of breath when I got to the top of the hill) stunning views. Play area for the kids off one of the trails. The cave houses are worth a visit, national Trust cafe for refreshments while on your walk. Lovely farm shop near by.
  • This place is amazing, the rock houses show a real insight into our past and the surrounding woodland is awesome. The parking is quite a walk from the houses though, there is closer parking nearer to the town, but this isn't marked out very clearly.
  • A definite must to see. Fascinating history and beautifully maintained and restored. Lovely tearoom and surrounding scenery.