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Snowshill Manor and Garden

Snowshill WR12 7JU, England
+44 1386 852410
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Fantastic House and Gardens

Visited with our 3 year old and thoroughly enjoyed our afternoon here. The house is full of... read more

Reviewed yesterday
LMT32
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Sheffield, United Kingdom
via mobile
Amazing place

First visit to this little gem of a property. Gardens & buildings within the gardens are... read more

Reviewed yesterday
grumpfromhinckley
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  • Excellent55%
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“national trust” (78 reviews)
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Snowshill WR12 7JU, England
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+44 1386 852410
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"national trust"
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"charles wade"
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"eclectic collection"
in 20 reviews
"the main house"
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"tea room"
in 24 reviews
"car park"
in 31 reviews
"well worth a visit"
in 32 reviews
"huge collection"
in 8 reviews
"timed tickets"
in 12 reviews
"musical instruments"
in 15 reviews
"time slot"
in 6 reviews
"his life"
in 8 reviews
"penny farthings"
in 7 reviews
"interesting house"
in 10 reviews
"interesting items"
in 8 reviews
"nt properties"
in 9 reviews
"gardens are lovely"
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Visited with our 3 year old and thoroughly enjoyed our afternoon here. The house is full of curiosities and a delight for adults and children alike. A trail was available for younger children and they had to spot items in various rooms to get stickers....More

Thank LMT32
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

First visit to this little gem of a property. Gardens & buildings within the gardens are beautifully laid out & maintained. Charles Wade who bought the premises after the first world war was an inveterate collector & filled the manor house with an assortment of...More

Thank grumpfromhinckley
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

What an intriguing and mysterious place. Mr wade certainly has a wide array of collectables. Very informative national trust staff on the life of this eccentric person. The garden's are kept emaculate. Beware long walk to house from the car park.

Thank Andrew B
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Reviewed 3 days ago

With friends I had the pleasure of visiting this National Trust gem on 15th Aug' 18. You could visit a dozen times and still not see all of the collection of 25000 items. By far my favourite NT place so far. Take your time and...More

Thank breakychef
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

The psychology of this man is fascinating and to have met him would have been remarkable. Very interesting house and beautiful gardens. Tea room is usual, good, National Trust. Good visit for family for 3-4 hours. Well worth a visit.

Thank TheCraneFamily
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Reviewed 1 week ago

There is no getting away from it - the man who built the collection, William Wade, was not like we mere mortals! This is a shrine to country crafts and workmanship, a cathedral of curios, and well worth the visit. Put aside quite a bit...More

Thank Dafydd M
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Great day out but be prepared to walk. The manor is interesting but the lighting is quite dim. There is a golf buggy transfer from the entrance to the manor for those who request it.

Thank Jim K
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Snowshill Manor is well worth a visit if you have a couple of hours to spare when visiting the Cotswolds. I wasn’t sure what to expect initially but once i arrived & walked the short distance to the house & gardens I was hooked. A...More

Thank TheMartins1997
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Reviewed 1 week ago

to be honest i didn't fancy this one !!! well i was surprised and taken a back !!! i could have spent the whole day just spending time in every room there was so much to look at i will defiantly go back so many...More

Thank Jackie G
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Well worth a visit, this property is very different to most NT houses. The former owner, Mr Charles Wade must have been a very strange man, as reflected by what he did with the property which is full of the weird and wonderful. He lived...More

Thank Kipper
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siobhan h
15 October 2017|
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Response from Moyra A | Reviewed this property |
It depends on their ages, but I would think not. We didn't have children with us so difficult to say.
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Alison U
10 August 2016|
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Response from Colin C | Reviewed this property |
Hi, The flower is a Viburnum it comes in different shades from white, pink and purple, if you do a google image search on Viburnum you can confirm it's the bush or shrub you remember.
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Christine B
27 June 2015|
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Response from Peter V | Reviewed this property |
Just email them direct - snowshillmanoratnationaltrustdororgdotuk replace at with @ and dot with .
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