Lyme Park (Cheshire) Reviews
Description:NATIONAL TRUST / TUDOR HOUSE / PUBLIC GARDEN. Lyme Park, Disley, Stockport, Cheshire SK12 2NX. Tel: +44 (0)1663 762 ... more
Newest Review: ... all year round. I turned this offer down as I wasn't sure if we would be using it again. It is safe to say that we took them up on this offer the second time we went there, what a bargain - we have already made up £10 in visits (This is just in parking and viewing the park - not including the house and garden) already only two weeks into my 12 month membership! As Lyme Park is a National ... more
Customer Lyme Park (Cheshire) Reviews (4)
by - written on 09/06/13 (Very useful, 46 readings)
Just last week me and my partner took a visit to Lyme Park and we have loved it so much we have already been back twice! It is a brilliant park with so much to explore there just isn't enough time in one day, plus it is so amazing that you will just won't to keep coming back. Finding Lyme Park Lyme Park is based in Stockport, postcode SK12 2NX. Luckily for us we had a sat nav so found it very easily but it is well signposted from the centre of Stockport so I can imagine that no problems will be had when trying to find this little gem (If you haven't got the benefit of a sat nav). The drive to Lyme park is lovely you got through some stunning villages and I kept ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/05/10 (Very useful, 165 readings)
We live about 10 minutes drive away from this wonderful park, but sometimes forget that its just on our doorstep. We decided to visit with our two year old daughter, for a day out of the house over the bank holiday weekend. We were really surprised how much we enjoyed the day, and will make more time to visit again soon. This National Trust park is in Cheshire, right on the edge of the peak district and the Derbyshire moor lands. Driving up the long winding driveway you get a sneak peak of all the well kept parkland estate, before seeing the famous country house on a hill in the distance (you may recognise the house from the film Pride and Prejudice). ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/03/10, updated on 12/03/10 (Very useful, 30 readings)
Lyme Park - National Trust's L-shaped mansion house with garden and deer parkland is situated in Disley near Stockport in Cheshire (just off A6) and is a great full day out for history and nature lovers alike. House an garden are open 27-Feb - 31-Oct-10 and cost £9 for an adult, £4 for a child and £22 for whole family but the parkland is available all year and the only charge to pay then is 'estate entry', which although is £5, it includes car park and introductory CD to listen to on approach to the house from entrance booth. Estate courtyard is impressive with its gateway and statues on Neptune, Venus and Pan on giant Ionic columns. The interior ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/11/01, updated on 19/02/02 (Very useful, 255 readings)
Lyme Park, a National Trust managed property, is situated approximately 6 miles from Stockport, Cheshire. For five hundred and fifty years, Lyme Park was the countryseat of the Legh family. At first glance Lyme Park appears to be complete from the outside, when you get into the building you find that the interior betrays its age, and parts of the Elizabethan structure, which were built by Sir Piers VII can be seen. Once this has been ascertained, it is well worth taking a second look at the outside, for instance, the north front, which is the original entrance, still has the Renaissance portico with four tiers of columns following the classical orders ... Read the complete review
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