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Ted Heath certainly was an unusual and able man.

Ted Heath's house shows he was an outstandingly able man.A terrific sailor and musician, he also... read more

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Arundells was Ted Heath’s home for the last half of his life, and is kept as he liked it and left... read more

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Reviewed yesterday

Ted Heath's house shows he was an outstandingly able man.A terrific sailor and musician, he also had Japanese decorations in this house that are visually impressive

1  Thank James B
Reviewed 2 days ago

Arundells was Ted Heath’s home for the last half of his life, and is kept as he liked it and left it. There are photos on the piano, which you can play if you are good, or brave, enough. In every room there is a...More

1  Thank John C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This place was never on my radar, but a friend who had met (and sailed against) Sir Edward thought I might like it. I did. The house and the man are tied up completely, in the same spirit as Churchill and the War Rooms are,...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A most interesting property, not only for the house itself but for the information on Sir Edward Heath and his life, especially the musical side to his life and is friendships forged throughout the world as a politician.

2  Thank Jon H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A friend and I had a most interesting tour of Arundells on Tuesday. The many varied and unusual objects presented to and collected by Sir Edward Heath were imaginatively displayed. Sir Edward's life had many different chapters including Oxford, the Royal Artillery as well as...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

As a staunch socialist, I was expecting not to like this place, however quite apart from the beautiful house, and fixtures and souvenirs of the interesting and well travelled Prime Minister, I left with a new found appreciation and respect for him. Also a very...More

2  Thank Dam B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Wonderful collection of artifacts and knowledgeable guides. Be sure to see the bathroom with the double mirrors .The garden is lovely too with a poignant memorial to two of his Morning Cloud crew

1  Thank Linda H
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I am old enough to remember Heath as PM. He came across as a very cold aloof man. My visit to his house in Salisbury helped me understand more about him Arundells is a little difficult to find within the close. It is close to...More

3  Thank moraira
Reviewed 17 October 2018

As someone who didn't know anything about Edward Heath, to begin with, the house was a joy to be shown around by such wonderful guides! It's a great way to bring the house to life and understand the impact Edward Heath on so many aspects...More

3  Thank mccartgr
Reviewed 15 October 2018 via mobile

Well worth a visit when in Salisbury. The house is a true home , with lots of photographs and artwork concerning his life. I even got to play his Steinway piano.

2  Thank Wendy G
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Alan L
25 September 2016|
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Response from EuroHulk | Reviewed this property |
£5 for the gardens. I had a private tour for me and my mate. Cost £12 each. We were lucky with the tour guide.
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Response from Wendy R | Property representative |
It is preferable for the guided tours so as avoid disappontment. Some days we have large group tours and if you were to turn up you may have to wait. Please call on the day (or before) and we will fit you in to a convenient... More
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