Allan Bank (Cumbria) Reviews
Description:restoration.Wordsworth lived here for some years and hated it. / National Trust / This house has only recently been ... more
Newest Review: ... well empty, an empty shell that the NT are asking people what they should do with. THE HOUSE TODAY The house is structurally repaired but the rooms are empty and certainly not what they probably were back in its heyday. The grounds include woodland walks, viewing points and seats, modified watercourses and pools, paths, steps and a viewing tunnel. FAMOUS RESIDENTS AND VISITORS The house ... more
Customer Allan Bank (Cumbria) Reviews (1)
by - written on 22/12/12 (Very useful, 58 readings)
ALLAN BANK Grasmere, LA22 9QB Telephone: 015394 35143 This old property has had a very mixed and eventful life. The National Trust have owned it for some time but it has only recently been opened to the public to look around. OPENING TIMES AND PRICES Adults : £3.50 and £4.00 if you want to Gift Aid Children: £1.75 and £2.00 if you want to Gift Aid Family: £8.75 and £10.00 if you want to Gift Aid You can visit the grounds anytime from dawn to dusk but the house is open generally from 10am till 4pm. I would however check if you are planning a visit in case times change. IN THE BEGINNING AND A ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to Allan Bank (Cumbria)
Dartmouth Railway and River Boat Round Robin - The steam train, the views, the river cruise, almost everything Not exactly disabled friendly (but they do try and help)
Steam Yacht Gondola (Coniston) - A unique experience The price
York's Chocolate Story (York) - Good idea Small, over quickly, expensive, where do you queue when busy?
Portmerion Village (Wales) - varied, chaarming, beautiful, something for all ages, entry is very reasonable None
Canons Ashby House (Northamptonshire) - Plenty to see Not the most compelling of stately homes
|More products in Sightseeing National|
All these and are taken from reviews of the dooyooCommunity.
|Dirleton Castle (Scotland)|
Is a ruin, so not a huge amount to see
|Roundhay Park (Leeds)|
A big park with lots of space and beautiful views and impressive gardens
children's play park was disappointing
|South Devon Railway|
Very pretty, well located to combine with other attractions
Expensive, lack of display space, no platform tickets available
|King's College Chapel (Cambridge)|
|Tattershall Castle (Lincoln)|
A Step back in time
Sadly can only cater for the able bodied
|Trentham Gardens (Stoke-on-Trent)|
Lots to see and do
March/April a bit cold as it blows across the lake
|Speedwell Cavern (Castleton)|
Great vaule for money, friendly and well trained staff.
Can smell foisty..........................
|The Wiltshire White Horses|
Interesting stories/fables behind their making. Reminder of special historical events.
Regular maintenance and scouring needed to prevent them disappearing into the landscape
|The Meadows (Edinburgh)|
Lovely place to walk, plenty of place to play, great playground for kids
Can get busy in summer months, not great when its raining
|Fairbourne Railway (Fairbourne)|