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A Beautiful Home

Gorgeous building with such an interesting history, and loving saved by the National Trust. Lots... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Chelmsford, United Kingdom
Stately home with a difference

Most stately homes start with the bling and only later allow you to reflect on the life of the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Brian H
Hastings, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 5 days ago

An intriguing and interesting place to visit.There are several outbuildings containing exhibits of a bygone age.Inside the house is an interesting and unique picture gallery showing the staff and workers of yesteryear.The lighting and room identification could be better as the rooms were full but...More

Thank Mike S
Reviewed 1 week ago

Gorgeous building with such an interesting history, and loving saved by the National Trust. Lots of knowledgeable people in the rooms to share info with you, Beautiful gardens to walk and sit in and interesting out buildings. Very good gift shop and second hand book...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

e hadn't been around the Erdigg garden since we got Bailey and since it was being advertised as being more dog-friendly we thought we would visit again only to find the only concession for being more dog-friendly was you could not go in the courtyard...More

Thank marshallLancashire
Reviewed 1 week ago

Most stately homes start with the bling and only later allow you to reflect on the life of the servants. Erddig reverses this and much of the visit is given over to the life of the servants, who seem here to have been respected and...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

Staff are friendly and so helpful. We decided to follow to green walking route as we had the buggy but would return to try others, loads to see on the walk, lovely clean area. Well signposted also and lots if places to picnic. There is...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A good day out spent a hr lookng around the barns first then a few hrs around the house followed by a cup of tea and cake then another good hr walking around the grounds plenty to see and nice strolls around the grounds.

Thank 294Dave
Reviewed 1 week ago

Great to see more of the 'below-stairs' than is usual. The family took lots of photos of their servants and even wrote funny poems about them. I could have spent all day just reading them! As my husband's ancestors were in service, this was really...More

Thank flutefan
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We visited on a rainy September morning. Wandered around the garden so many pretty flowers. Headed to The Wolf's Den which was very well set out for older children. Just a shame that there wasn't really anything for the little ones. We will have to...More

Thank Bethany H
Reviewed 1 week ago

Staff were welcoming, informative and helpful. The house is crammed with historic artefacts relative to the family’s background. The gardens were lovely, even though it was autumn. The restaurant provided good food and service. Only downside (for us) was that the lady guide, who took...More

Thank AvocetBicester
Reviewed 1 week ago

We enjoyed our guided tour of Erdigg and learning all about the Yorke family. The restaurant was great for lunch including the gluten free curry and excellent bread roll. Too bad we missed out on the gardens as it was raining that day.

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Janet H
22 August 2018|
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Response from ErddigNT | Property representative |
Hi Janet, Thanks for asking about our prices, it's £14 if you gift aid and our summer prices continue until our house opening times change on 27 October. Full details can be found on our website. Thanks also to PeteD60 and... More
Penelope F
8 July 2018|
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Response from ErddigNT | Property representative |
Hi Penelope, We don't allow dogs in our Grade I listed garden sorry, but we do allow dogs on leads on the wider 1,200-acre estate. They are allowed through the ticket office and Timber Yard to the tea garden and Midden Yard... More
Mike R
23 June 2018|
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Response from John L | Reviewed this property |
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