Denis Severs House (London) Reviews
Newest Review: ... occupants. And make no mistake this is not your ordinary English Heritage or even National Trust house. When you walk through the entrance door you step back two hundred years. The food (and I mean REAL food) is still warm on the table, coals are simmering in the fireplace, you even hear coaches passing on the street and the cry of peddlers through the craftily hidden speakers. You don?t just walk through a dead museum - you feel it, smell it, hear it all as if you ARE transferred to another era. As you ascend the stairs from the kitchen to the servants? rooms in the attic, smells and the sounds change with you. From the warm smell of r... more
Customer Denis Severs House (London) Reviews (1)
by - written on 28/06/00, updated on 28/06/00 (Very useful, 496 readings)
On a quite side street, five minutes from Liverpool station and two steps from Spitafields market there is a house lost in time. It?s ten rooms look as if their occupants left just a minute ago, despite the fact that they there Huguenot silk weavers who lived and died before the beginning of the 19th cent. This strange place is a brainchild of one man, Denis Severs, who bought the house and spent years of his life restoring it to that he thought, was it?s look during the lifetime of the original occupants. And make no mistake this is not your ordinary English Heritage or even National Trust house. When you walk through the entrance door you step back two ... Read the complete review
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