A La Ronde (Exmouth) Reviews
Newest Review: ... wealth and had just come back from 10 years of traveling abroad. They needed a place to put all of their souveniers and thus A La Ronde was bulit. The overall experience I had at A La Ronde was a good one, but saying that, I think I particulary enjoyed the fact that it was free thisweekend. I am not sure I would have been so keen to pay £6.70 for an adult ticket. The rooms are intersting to walk around, they have an eye spy game for the kids to find things and a dress up room which the girls I was with particulary enjoyed. There is one floor upstairs that viewers are not allowed to go in which is filled with shells. You can however ... more
Customer A La Ronde (Exmouth) Reviews (1)
by - written on 22/03/10 (Very useful, 61 readings)
A La Ronde is a National Trust building near Exmouth. It's uniqueness lies in the sixteen sides of the outside and the eclectic decor inside. A La Ronde was built in the late 18th century for two cousins, Jane and Mary Parminter. The two ladies came from considerable wealth and had just come back from 10 years of traveling abroad. They needed a place to put all of their souveniers and thus A La Ronde was bulit. The overall experience I had at A La Ronde was a good one, but saying that, I think I particulary enjoyed the fact that it was free thisweekend. I am not sure I would have been so keen to pay £6.70 for an adult ticket. The ... Read the complete review
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