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Kinver Edge

One of our favourite places to go for a walk. We love the views on clear days and the crooked trees... read more

Reviewed 9 May 2018
Return visit after 30 years

Took children and dog up kinver as something to do.Unfortunately couldn't go through rock houses... read more

Reviewed 27 August 2017
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The Warden's Lodge | Kinver, nr. Stourbridge, Worcester DY7 6DL, England
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Reviewed 9 May 2018

One of our favourite places to go for a walk. We love the views on clear days and the crooked trees - so eerie on foggy days! Parking in (still) free. The terrain in not suitable for prams or for people with reduced mobility in...More

2  Thank M-mumonthego
Reviewed 3 April 2018

Kinver Edge is a sandstone plateau 4 miles west of Stourbridge close to the village of Kinver. Parking is free and there are several car parks you can access. The brown N.T signs in Kinver take you to the Compton Road car park which is...More

1  Thank Deirdre H
Reviewed 9 March 2018

After an extended walk over Kinver Edge we'd been looking forward to a coffee and snack in the farm shop. The person working there didn't even look round when we entered, waited, waited, waited, and then left. All the while she was just moving plates...More

3  Thank DrivingwithDogs
Reviewed 15 February 2018

Kinver Edge is a beautiful sandstone plateau located partly in Staffordshire and partly in Worcestershire. It can be divided into three main areas: the N.T. Kinver Edge where most of the rock houses can be found, Kingsford forest park east, and Kingsford forest park west....More

Thank rdrdaniel
Reviewed 6 September 2017

Kinver edge is a beautiful national trust location, free parking and free to wander around, there are lots of different routes some easier than others, but the views from the top are lovely, There are a number of caves as well as the official rock...More

1  Thank Kerry L
Reviewed 27 August 2017 via mobile

Took children and dog up kinver as something to do.Unfortunately couldn't go through rock houses with dog so walked over kinver edge.Very pleasant walk,ideal for picnic.Free parking at layby at bottom of hill,ice cream man parked up also.There are longhorn cattle on edge but not...More

Thank roodi12
Reviewed 25 August 2017

We visited on a whim as we had seen a sign for Kinver while we were driving around the area, and decided to see what was there as it wasn't far from where we were staying. When we arrived, we thought we'd have a look...More

Thank richandliz28
Reviewed 1 August 2017

We were on our way to the Rock Houses but saw a sign for Kinver Edge Farm Shop. I love farm shops and was in need of some fresh broad beans. The weather was hot and sunny. This place purported to grow things for you...More

1  Thank Hilary P
Reviewed 12 July 2017

The great thing about the National Trust is that these days they find and present the most quirky of places. This is a "village" of houses which were built into a sandstone hill. The last house was still occupied in the 1960s. The whole area...More

1  Thank Stanley1871
Reviewed 5 June 2017

The rock houses our not easy to access if you have mobility problems. Even from the nearest car park you still have a step walk up a footpath to access them, once inside the doors can be narrow & some of the passages between rooms...More

Thank MickTw
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Worcestershire Sarah
12 May 2016|
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Response from Yoyo237 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, access is situated in the actual village called 'Kinver' near Stourbridge in Staffordshire (bordering worcestershire). There is a free car park in the centre of the village on the main high street - opposite end to the... More