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Last visited some 30 years ago and did not realise until this visit just how much history there is at Grey’s Court – right from William the Conqueror and some of it is still standing! The house did not open until 1300 but it was...More
Greys court is a small house that has a loved & lived in feeling. Each room depicts some childhood fantasy by Elizabeth Brunner. I particularly liked the Drawing room with the lovely Noah’s Ark set. This house is quirky with rooms on different levels which...More
It seemed a never ending journey off the A road to find this old building, but it was worth the drive. There is a small car park and little entrance hut and then within a two minute walk you are at the gardens of the...More
Visited this site ,whilst on a short break to Windsor,my wife and I have been members of the National Trust for around five years ,this was a interesting place to visit but spoiled by quite frankly some of the rudest staff we have ever encountered...More
Was plenty to see in the house with friendly and knowledgeable guides in every room. It was nice to wander without being told not to touch. The farm and grounds were large enough to wear out even the strongest pair of legs. If there was...More
We spent a weekend in the Henley-on-Thames area and wanted to use our NT membership for a day out - Grey's Court happened to be the nearest NT property.
We were greeted by one of the guides at the entrance to the grounds who offered...More
My wife and I started the day on Monday 3rd at Clividen House (disappointed building for timed tour) then on to Grey's Court (16 miles 35 mins) which we found also a bit disappointing as there was lack of information regarding the history of the...More
Went on the day the village fete was on in the grounds so busy. However, wonderful garden with lots of features. Will return on a less busy day to see the house and grounds again and take in the history.
As a memeber of Staff at another National Trust property I was shocked to the standards this property seems to be happy with. I'll start with the negative and end positively.
First and foremost is the lack of care the plants outside the shop appear...More
Have been here a couple of times this year with the family and will probably take out NT membership so we can keep coming back again. It’s not the biggest NT place by a long way but a lovely spot for a family picnic on...More