Breamore House

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Breamore House
4.5
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Jason C
1 contribution
Beautiful daytime walk in the quiet and sunshine
May 2021 • Couples
Went for a lovely walk in the bluebell woods today, which leads down towards the house on the public footpaths, beautiful house and well kept grounds from the outside. We saw some lovely ponies and horses all clean and well kept the coats were shining bright in the sunshine and they looked so relaxed and contented in their paddocks. Very quiet but we did bump into some stable yard workers who were very polite as we had to ask where the footpath goes and they were very helpful about the estate footpaths and where to go (thankyou for that)
Our intention is to defiantly return to see the house, museum and try the tea rooms once the estate is able to reopen fully due to covid restrictions.
Written 12 May 2021
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Paula
1 contribution
Be very careful if walking a loved pet and do not let your children walk around alone, nasty people
Mar 2021 • Family
Be very careful anyone with young children or dogs when attempting to go for a lovely long walk. My 10 year old daughter was verbally assaulted by the Estate Manager. He was shouting swear words at her and threatened to KILL her dog!! Unsavoury bunch to say the least. Be warned
Written 19 April 2021
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Oriteroom
Bournemouth9 contributions
Glorious Setting, shame about abusive Stable worker
Nov 2020
Altho’ House was closed, my wife and I walked the Bridleway past the front of the house and Stables. A lovely setting, great house and we thought it would be good to visit in the future when open. We didn’t diverge from the Bridleway at all and quietly wandered along enjoying the walk in good surroundings. HOWEVER, we were somewhat amazed and discouraged from actually visiting the place in future by the behaviour of a woman who came from the Stables crossed the Bridleway behind us, going towards some horses in a field and shouted an obscenity ( **ss off) at us, and repeated it. Either she suffers from some syndrome, or is just usually abusive. Her behaviour is unacceptable, unnecessary, and very off-putting.
Written 1 December 2020
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paulhalliday2018
Nottinghamshire, UK28 contributions
Beautiful house
Sep 2020
We had a lovely walk all around the grounds of Breamore house and finished off with a coffee stop at the shop near the museum. Would highly recommend.
Written 21 September 2020
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Debbie B
Salisbury, UK12 contributions
Great tea room (under new management 2020)
Jul 2020
Lovely menu, location and staff. Plenty of inside and outside seating. Visited in July and had lovely tea and cake!
Written 20 August 2020
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David232
Salisbury, UK62 contributions
Main house is closed - Aug ‘20
Aug 2020
Had family down from London, so disappointed to find the house is closed.
Signs have appeared on the main road, suggesting business as usual and not a peep about it on the website (screen grab). please update.
Written 13 August 2020
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_cjallen8
Poole, UK7 contributions
Breamore House
Oct 2019
Breamore House and Museum well worth a visit very interesting. The guide around the house was very knowledgeable. The tea room was very disappointing tea need 3 tea bags and it was still weak, the coffee was not much better and as for the sandwiches bread was hard on the edges and the toasted sandwiches tasty uck the toaster could have
done with a good clean. 5 staff in the kitchen chatting away not a good impression.
Written 14 October 2019
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brizy83
Newbury, UK358 contributions
Wonderful
Sep 2019
Elizabethan manor house c 1580 plus nearby Saxon Chapel AD 980. Entrance is by timed ticket and guided tours only. No photography in the house. The guided tour was highly informative and very interesting. There is also a museum of the countryside on the site full of great vintage boys toys of the agricultural variety, which is housed across several barns and well worth seeing. Excellent place to visit. National Trust and parking on site.
Written 13 September 2019
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eadric2016
Greater London, UK9 contributions
Lovely old manor house.
Sep 2019
A privately owned manor house that is still occupied by the family so check their website carefully for opening hours as it is not open all year and the times are staggered for the different attractions. A nice tea room that does light lunches with friendly and helpful staff. Very nice food. A rural countryside museum in the old walled garden that is full of interesting stuff. An adjacent atmospheric Saxon Church that is well worth seeing. The Tudor house is by pre-booked guided tour only and lasts approximately one hour. Our tour guide,Sue, did a superb job, possibly the best guided tour I have ever had of any house. Interesting, amusing and informative. She obviously loves telling visitors about its history. A lovely place for a relaxing visit and we thought it was good value for money. We can recommend it.
Written 8 September 2019
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gunner909
Dorset, UK210 contributions
An Exceptional Visit
Sep 2019
We have walked past Breamore house many times on our Nordic walking outings.
Today we visited for the first time and what a wonderful surprise awaited us.
From the magnificent regal horses, into the Elizabethan Manor House which Nancy brought alive through the decades.
How she remembers all the facts is amazing. This was one of the best guided tours we have ever had the privilege of taking.
Nancy held our attention and we hung on her every word.
Fascinating.

The Tea Room is inviting but the cakes regretfully overpriced.

The Museum is nothing short of a pure gem.
I would love to shout it’s praises for everyone to hear so that people flock there.
Deceptively spacious, well laid out and so much to feast ones eyes on.
Pure joy.
People stopped us as we ambled around expressing their delight at what they were feasting their eyes on.
We were all so pleasantly surprised.
Breamore House and all it has to offer delivered on every front.
A special thank you to Nancy.
Written 3 September 2019
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