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Antony remains a family home, and offers a glimpse into that family way of life rather than a showpiece stately home. This does not mean that the property lacks interest for there are many fine pieces in the NT managed house. There are also extensive...More
What a lovely place to walk around. I found the staff very helpful. I was using a walking stick, they took the time to tell me where I could rest in each room. The inside of the rooms were very interesting with information leaflets in...More
The description for Antony in the Devon National Trust booklet was very limited so I was pleasantly surprised with how much there was to enjoy here.
We caught the Torpoint Ferry from Devon from which Antony is a short drive.
The house opens at 12.30pm...More
We have visited the last 3 Wednesday to take part in the national trust activities, week 1 was den building, week 2, bugs out of pine cones and this week was mini raft building, we took along a 7year old, 3year old and 2 year...More
Me and my wife visited for the afternoon. It was really nice and quiet. We had a picnic and it was incredibly peaceful. Beautiful scenery and we went for a long walk around the gardens which really freshened us up.
The staff were so polite...More
My Husband and I went here last week. Not a guided tour but in each room there are leaflets telling you about the contents. We had a lovely amble around the house which is lived in and it has a homely feel to it. The...More
The house is bigger than it seems from the outside. It is fully furnished with lots of rooms open to the public.
The tea rooms was well stocked and staff were friendly.
There are large gardens to wander around with lots of benches.
Well worth a visit with very large gardens to see aswell. Seemed to be child friendly as there were many there, some making use of the very large gardens for games. The house has some activities to try for both young and old.
Visited the gardens with my family. Didn't see the house but make sure you look out for the little cottagey vintage tea rooms near the woodland car park. Delicious homemade cakes and possibly the best cream tea for miles. Couldn't do enough for the fussy...More