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All reviews adventure playground national trust basement tour play area formal gardens second hand bookshop the main house boat house all ages nt properties well worth a visit front of the house extensive gardens car park stables restaurant servants quarters interesting house
My wife and I had a very Informative visit. There were many rooms to visit with complete inventory of all the rooms. We did not go to the basement as this needed to be a prior booking. Would thoroughly recommend this National Trust property.
Spent most of the day with our 3 grandchildren here at the playground attached to Belton House. There is so much for such a wide range of age groups. Climbing, swinging, musical “instruments” miniature railway, zip wires, and so much more.
The kids had a...More
Have wanted to go here for years. It is National Trust and is a lovely house, garden and extensive natural grounds. Deer all over the place, great for photography. Will be even better when the latest restoration has ben completed. Well worth a visit but...More
very worthwhile spending some time here if you are in the area.
Interesting guided tour of understairs area. House itself is also interesting to see.
National Trust property.
Some areas of the understairs route have uneven floors and steps into rooms so if mobility is...More
We visited this large stately home during a period of very wet weather so didnt have the chance to tour much of the grounds and gardens. The house as also subject to a little disorder as the roof had developed a leak so one of...More
Myself and my partner went to Belton House in August this year. We thoroughly enjoyed the house and particularly the guided tour of the servants quarters below ground. The guide was very knowledgeable and entertaining! The grounds were well kept and very pretty. Paid two...More
Love Belton, beautiful grounds, visited many times, stopped off today for tea. Please can someone find a window cleaner, I think its rather a long time since one has worked there, not just a few fingerprints, absolutely filthy, couldn’t see the beautiful view outside. Come...More
It’s an impressive and large house which is well worth a few hours of anyone’s time.
We got there quite early as the house didn’t open until 12.30 but we are glad we did as entry is by timed ticket. In practice there was plenty...More
We enjoyed a wander around the house, taking in the fine architecture, beautiful furniture, paintings, décor and the beds with their impressive canopies. The highlight for me though was the basement tour, a fascinating insight into the working lives of the servants, illuminated with knowledge,...More
My husband and I visited the house and grounds whilst staying locally on our anniversary break.The house is a magnificent stately home, full of interesting local history. Staff were very helpful. The grounds were beautifully designed and maintained. Well worth a visit if in the...More
Yes the charge for the grounds are £12 per adult, £8.20 per child or a family ticket for £32.20. With 1300 acres of gardens and parkland it makes good value for money. Being a National Trust property if you are a member then... More
Yes the charge for the grounds are £12 per adult, £8.20 per child or a family ticket for £32.20. With 1300 acres of gardens and parkland it makes good value for money. Being a National Trust property if you are a member then it is free.