Dudmaston Estate (Shropshire) Reviews
Description:Historic estate located in Shropshire
Newest Review: ... grand with its large family portraits hanging on the panels around the room; gosh how the other half lived. It does have a wonderful Oak and Elm table, dating from the 17th century which to me it had a lovely rustic feel about it. The house is wonderful to walk around with some fantastic things to look at including the brilliant sweeping staircase taking you to the next floor, also note ... more
Customer Dudmaston Estate (Shropshire) Reviews (1)
by - written on 13/05/11 (Very useful, 200 readings)
Dudmaston Hall It was a wet summer's day, but that didn't stop us from going out on our day trips, but it did stop us from enjoying the grounds of Dudmaston Hall. We spent the duration of our visit looking at the house and then enjoying a cream tea before heading back home. For years I have driven past the entrance to Dudmaston Hall and often wondered what it was like and I have said on many occasion that I would find the time to visit one day, well this summer that day arrived as my hubby took me to visit it during our two week vacation at home as a tourist. ~~A Little History~~ Dudmaston Hall is a beautiful red brick ... Read the complete review
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