Audley End House and Gardens (Saffron Walden, Essex) Reviews
Description:Address: Off London Road 7 Saffron Walden CB11 4JF / Essex
Newest Review: ... it would be hard to get one on a nice day (mind you, if it was nice you could sit on the ground - in the extensive grounds). As far as I can tell, the grounds are generally open from 10am with the House opening at 11am, but you'd do better checking the website before you go rather than relying on me! There are also two cafés "serving locally produced food to eat in or take away. The ... more
Customer Audley End House and Gardens (Saffron Walden, Essex) Reviews (1)
by - written on 30/09/11 (Very useful, 144 readings)
---Intro - Me and Audley End--- I remember the last time (well, prior to this time!) that I visited Audley End. It was with my mum, and her friend and son. It was at a time that I was preparing for my 'Collectors' badge at Brownies - I was collecting badges (how funny to get a badge for collecting badges) and I remember buying a badge in the gift shop. This must've been 1990/1991. Fast-forward to 2011 and being down in Essex for the weekend, and with my sister and her two children (aged 7 and 4) also over she had decided that Audley End would be a nice place for them, me and my parents to visit. ---Getting there--- My sister drove us ... Read the complete review
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