Baddesley Clinton (Baddesley Clinton, Warwickshire) Reviews
Description:Address: Rising Lane / Baddesley Clinton B93 0DQ / Warwickshire 7 Tel: 01564 783294
Newest Review: ... area, where you can see all of the different herbs and spices that they would have used, and touch and small them. I like the fact that the national trust properties are very "hands on" in their approach to history, and you are encouraged to use all of your senses when exploring the property. There are many guides on hand, usually one in each room, who are there to tell youi a ... more
Customer Baddesley Clinton (Baddesley Clinton, Warwickshire) Reviews (1)
by - written on 04/11/11 (Very useful, 60 readings)
As a family, we have membership to the National Trust, which cost me £66 for the year. This initial cost is defrayed by the fact that once you are a member, you have free access to hundreds of fantastic, historic, properties dotted all over the UK. We hadn't really been making the most of our membership, so took advantage of the time we had over the October half term break to visit a couple of NT properties close to where we live in the West Midlands. We visited two properties: Baddesley Clinton and Packwood House, located a mere two miles apart in a picturesque corner of Warwickshire. I have reviewed Packwood House seperately (see my other review), so now I ... Read the complete review
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