Upton House and Gardens (Warwickshire) Reviews
Description:Address: Banbury / Warwickshire / OX15 6HT / Tel: 01295 670266
Newest Review: ... our pass and were ushered through. We were asked by a lovely lady when we would like to enter the house. Appointments are needed at Bank Holiday weekends, as it gets very busy. We opted for an appointment an hour later to give us time for something to eat. An awaiting shuttle bus will take you from the reception to entrance of the house. The restaurant (a separate building, away from the ... more
Customer Upton House and Gardens (Warwickshire) Reviews (1)
by - written on 16/06/10, updated on 12/05/11 (Very useful, 194 readings)
Having had a Family National trust membership for the past year 2009/2010, we were eager to renew our membership again this year. The reasons being, it is somewhere to go on high days and holidays, which doesn't cost a lot - our pre-paid membership having taken care of that. Please let me tell you the aim of the National Trust before I go any further. The National Trust was founded in 1895 by Miss Octavia Hill, Sir Robert Hunter and Canon Hardwicke Rawnsley. Concerned about development of the land for habitable and industrial purposes, they set about protecting the land for future generations. Still as strong today, the National Trust (NT) now ... Read the complete review
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