Dyrham Park (Bath) Reviews
Description:National Trust / National Trust property near Bath
Newest Review: ... got Dyrham Park in 1961. Inside the house it is quite interesting and you see rooms like the kitchen and bedrooms. My favourite room is the kitchen as I like looking at all the cooking equipment around at the time and normally find them very impressive. You also get to see the sort of food they ate at the time. The kitchen was really big and quite magnificent. The other rooms were also ... more
Customer Dyrham Park (Bath) Reviews (1)
by - written on 10/11/09 (Very useful, 114 readings)
Dyrham Park is a National Trust attraction in Gloucestershire. The attraction includes an old mansion, massive gardens and lands which have deer for you to see, a tearoom and a shop. There is quite a lot to see here and it is an enjoyable visit especially if you have a National Trust membership card. The grounds are massive and according to the National Trust there is 274 acres of them! There is quite a long walk to the house from the entrance but it is beautiful. There were also some of the deer on the way up to the house which are well worth taking photos of. You then see the house which looks brilliant and very impressive. If you are disabled, can`t walk ... Read the complete review
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