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All reviews william morris arts and crafts mander family national trust pre raphaelite de morgan well worth a visit beautiful house wall coverings mock tudor room guides nt properties tea room lovely grounds the kitchen car park second hand bookshop
Visited for the second time in January. Viewed the downstairs of the house as the upstairs was not open. The staff are so helpful, full of interesting facts about the history of the manor. The whole place has such a homely feel. We also viewed...More
Previously unable to see all the house due to time constraints. Went back and viewed the whole house. Nice introductory talk provided to help you get an idea of what the Mander family did politically and with the house.
Plenty of nice paintings and William...More
Went to visit on a cold January morning, I was very immpressed with the knowledge shown by the staff regarding the history of the house and family. Despite only part of the house being open I really enjoyed my visit and will certainly return later...More
It was a chilly day so we didn't see too much of the gardens. A little vehicle took visitors up the steep slope to the house itself, which is useful for people with mobility problems. The rooms are well worth seeing - William Morris wall...More
A most interesting house with extensive gardens. We took a guided tour and our guide was very knowledgeable about the house, it's occupants and history. Much of the content of the property is original despite the passing of years. We enjoyed a delicious lunch before...More
Stunning Arts an Crafts villa full of wonderful furniture and William Morris fabrics and wall papers. Wonderful collection of Pre-Raphaelite paintings including a very large Burne -Jones and Dante Gabriel Rossetti. Good selection of work by Simeon Solomon. Superb De Morgan gallery in the old...More
Wightwick Manor is a little jewel. It’s not the largest of National Trust properties, but in many ways it’s all the better for that, as it feels more ‘real’ The house is packed with period features and is a must if you like the Arts...More
Visited between Christmas and New Year. Not too busy, and lovely tea rooms to warm us up which the dog was welcome inside. Second hand bookshop on site and a gift shop. Large gardens, which we thoroughly enjoyed exploring. Definitely worth a visit.
Firstly, I should say the private tour we had just before the house opened to general visitors was great, and highly recommended if you arrive early and can get on one. Philip was a brilliant guide and made his tour very informative and entertaining- lovely...More