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This house is in the middle of Barking suburbia - a real hidden gem. A fair admission fee (I am a NT member so got in for free) and a lovely little guide were provided at the reception desk.
The house is really quite nice...More
A 'must see' if in Barking but not one of the greatest of the treasures of the National Trust! The house is not without interest - it is attractive outside, the interpretation panels are informative and the painted chamber is quite impressive but sadly much...More
We had a nice light lunch from the cafe sitting in the Garden in the sunshine. This is a stunning Tudor house, in the middle of a housing estate! It was built between 1560 and 1573. We joined Sue at the front of the house,...More
We went along on a Friday afternoon, were informed that there would a tour in 20mins so we had a coffee while we waited.
The tour was very informative and covered a lot of history. Just make sure you have two hours to spare
Went to the lovely walked garden to watch a very enjoyable production from the three inch fools of a midsummers nights dream. Pleased to see a good crowd enjoying the comedy. Was well worth the £6 entry fee. Lovely food at very reasonable prices could...More
as part of our quest to visit less known places near home,we found this little gem!Eastbury is a beautiful Tudor manor house.We had a tour of the house with Doug,who was very knowledgable and friendly.Theres a lovely cafe and beautiful gardens and all very reasonable...More
Eastbury is a beautiful Tudor Manor House. The heritage interpretation is great, and the rooms are so well-kept. Lots of family activities throughout the year too. The staff are knowledgeable and friendly and the cafe is excellent.
Visited Eastbury one morning with a friend and was amazed at how beautiful a house this is.
We enjoyed a very informative and interesting tour by a volunteer who brought the house to life with his stories and historical factoids.
Nice cafe too.
On a pleasant afternoon, I took the tube to Upney to visit Eastbury Manor House. For what I understand, this Elizabethan manor house had been in disrepair for years, then the foundation received the necessary funding through the National Lottery to restore the building to...More
Response from Deedee999 | Reviewed this property |
I am sorry but I don't know my suggestion would be to ring them and ask then if you make arrangements direct you will be sure someone is there to show you around. Good luck with your booking I have been invited to a wedding... More
I am sorry but I don't know my suggestion would be to ring them and ask then if you make arrangements direct you will be sure someone is there to show you around. Good luck with your booking I have been invited to a wedding there in August.
Parking isn't difficult there either.