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As National Trust members, my wife and I try to visit as many properties as we can when we are in an area and that means have seen quite a range of properties over many years. I would say that this rates as fair to...More
I have rated this house average but it is probably better than that. It is several years since I visited despite it being very local to me and I was agreeably pleased to see improved facilities such as a tearoom which I did not visit...More
My mum has National Trust membership and the house and gardens are just around the corner from me - but I had never been before! We did the tour of the house on arrival and went to the cafe for coffee and cake before looking...More
We thoroughly enjoyed the ground floor rooms and learned a lot from the room guides. It is a lovely well lit property with plenty to see in each room and it feels more like a family home than a museum piece. The gardens were also...More
We had heard that Ascott house was a good place to visit and we were very impressed by the interesting and beautiful grounds, lovely views and interesting house. Staff were very friendly, approachable and knowledgeable. Great afternoon with family.
This national trust property is a fine example of a house which is still lived in by the Rothchild family. It has only the ground floor rooms open but, they are full of wonderful treasures and paintings. The volunteers are so well informed and helpful....More
We spent a lovely afternoon at Ascott sitting in shady spots (30 degrees today!!!) with beautiful vistas...gardens not huge but well cared for though suffering a bit with the heat.
Wonderful afternoon tea (won in a competition) and the cafe staff were lovely. Local to...More
This is a wonderful house, though with limited rooms open to the public as it is still a family home. This however also makes what is on display a more enjoyable as you can see the “owners” as once was in photos and paintings right...More
Does not open until 1 pm so a nice half day visit. Ample car parking. There is a reasonable walk to the house, but they have a buggy service if you need assistance. They organise viewings in half hour slots. Which works very well. The...More