Lyme Park (Manchester) Reviews
Description:Disley, Stockport SK12 2NX. Tel: +44 (0)1663 762023/766492. Fax: (0)1663 765035.
Newest Review: ... easily accommodates at least a hundred cars. (there is also a much smaller car park if you continue passed the first car park and follow the road, watching out for people, dogs, sheep and deer as you go). The main car park is watched over by the grand house as it looms towards the skyline. There are so many places to walk around the park that I would never be able to write it all down, (and ... more
Customer Lyme Park (Manchester) Reviews (2)
by - written on 08/04/08 (Very useful, 112 readings)
Lyme park is a beautiful, grand Elizabethan house situated in the heart of Disley in Cheshire. (It is run in association with the National trust and Stockport council). *Getting there.... By car, take the A6 from either Stockport or Buxton and the park is situated near Disley. Car parking cost £3.80 per car, which is refunded on purchase of an Adult house/garden ticket. The bus route is good as the 199 Buxton to Manchester Airport/ Manchester Airport-Buxton buses run regularly. There is also a bus from Macclesfield. The nearest train station is Disley which is a short walk to the entrance of the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/10/00, updated on 04/01/10 (Very useful, 83 readings)
Lyme Park in Disley makes for a great day out. The vast park has some beautiful walks, picnic areas and is home to hundreds of deer. During the year it holds many events including the Eater "Eggstravaganza" which is a fun, family day out where children can search for Easter Eggs. There are a number of craft fairs and an annual "Teddy Bears Picnic" which usually takes part in June. Children are admitted free if they are wearing fancy dress or carrying a teddy bear. I have attended two excellent performances of Romeo and Juliet and The Emperors New Clothes, both of which took part in July this year. Lyme Park Hall is home to the ... Read the complete review
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