Mount Stewart House and Gardens (Down) Reviews
Description:A short distance from Greyabbey is Mount Stewart owned by the National Trust. This impressive eighteenth century ... more
Newest Review: ... they choose. Prices are currently £7.80 for adults, £3.90 for children, and £19.30 for families. These vary however, depending on whether you want "gift aid" admission, regular admission, or want to enter both the gardens and house, or just the gardens. More coherent details can be found on their website: http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/main/w-v ... more
Customer Mount Stewart House and Gardens (Down) Reviews (1)
by - written on 10/06/10, updated on 10/06/10 (Very useful, 16 readings)
Located just a few miles from Newtownards, Mount Stewart House and Gardens is a very famous Northern Irish home, once occupied by the Vane-Tempest-Stewarts - a wealthy and influential family in many aspects of life, both in Northern Ireland and further afield. The home is stately, and the grounds no less impressive. What's more, they are now (and have been for a good while) open to the general public for viewing, walks, picnics, or any gentle activity they choose. Prices are currently £7.80 for adults, £3.90 for children, and £19.30 for families. These vary however, depending on whether you want "gift aid" admission, regular admission, ... Read the complete review
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