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All reviews national trust nt property yorke family wolf's den servants quarters interesting house formal gardens gardens are beautiful well worth a visit apple festival country house nt members the main house tea garden shire horses upstairs downstairs guided tour
This is a large manor house or small hall. We went in late November when only the downstairs part of the hall was open. We had a guided tour of mainly the servants quarters and main dining area. Very interesting because the owner had a...More
We visited on 10.11.18 when only the downstairs tour was available, but it was still worthwhile to see the servant’s quarters and hear that air-brushing isn’t a new occurrence!
Beautiful grounds, a cup & saucer waterfall, wood carvings, topiary & lake
A lovely place to visit. We had a timed tour the guide was very friendly and informative and willing to answer questions. We only got to look around the downstairs part of the house that was all that was open to the public. Got to...More
Spent a lovely afternoon here last week where the weather was kind to us making the garden walks all the more enjoyable. Get to see a lot of the house full of interesting facts and exhibits. Had delightful afternoon tea in the restaurant.
Dad had never taken me to Erdigg garden but since it was being advertised as being more dog-friendly he thought we would visit again only to find the only concession for being more dog-friendly was you could not go in the courtyard for a drink...More
Very interesting house. The servants were particularily well thought of and there are many lovely pictures of them, which is unusual. The little church within the house is goegeous and my favourite part of the house. There is a lovely 'feeling' in this property.
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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
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 too. Assistance dogs are welcome throughout the property. Full details are available on our website.