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Stokesay Court

Onibury SY7 9BD, England
+44 1584 856238
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Well worth a visit.

We pre-booked as you cannot just turn up for this place as it is a private home. You will be... read more

Reviewed 17 September 2016
Finro
via mobile
Charming insight into Victorian house and filmset!

A very "personal" tour , you really felt that you could live here! An insight into the machinations... read more

Reviewed 7 July 2016
poohhall2016
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“private home” (3 reviews)
“film makers” (2 reviews)
“film set” (2 reviews)
Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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Onibury SY7 9BD, England
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Reviewed 17 September 2016

We pre-booked as you cannot just turn up for this place as it is a private home. You will be escorted around the property by the owner. We thoroughly enjoyed this tour and listening to the owner and how she came to own the property....More

1  Thank Finro
Eliz-Marketing, Public Relations Manager at Stokesay Court, responded to this reviewResponded 18 January 2017

Thanks for your review. We're glad to hear you enjoyed it so much and hope you may return some day. We are undertaking ongoing restoration work in the grounds, so don't forget that you can enjoy these too after your tour!.

Reviewed 7 July 2016

A very "personal" tour , you really felt that you could live here! An insight into the machinations of the film world - the house was used in Atonement and the history of a house built at the end of the 1800 that went through...More

Thank poohhall2016
Reviewed 6 July 2016

As a fan of the film Atonement I had admired the house and gardens but had no idea it was so close to where I now live. It was a privilege to be shown around the house, which is still a family home, and the...More

1  Thank Mrs W
Reviewed 26 June 2016

Stokesay Court (not to be confused with Stokesay Castle about 4 miles away) is a privately owned manor house. Built by John Derby Allcroft (a wealthy retired glove manufacturer) who had to wait 18 years to secure the site of his house. He'd bought a...More

2  Thank LFHbod
Reviewed 23 May 2016

Firstly be careful, Stokesay Court is not the same as Stokesay Castle; they are a couple of miles apart. Stokesay Court is famous as the place where the film Atonement was set. It is a beautiful house and deserves a visit. A lovely gentleman guided...More

Thank Graham W
Reviewed 16 October 2015

Stokesay Court is known to many by its use in the film Atonement. However a closer look is available for those who book one of the visits organised twice a week in the summer. This splendid Victorian mansion, with what must be one of the...More

Thank Peter D
Reviewed 20 September 2015

You'll Need to arrange your visit in advance, it's well worth it for a tour led by a local historian which is most informative & very interesting. It's amazing the house is privately owned. The owner joins tours when they partake in tea & cake...More

Thank BritishTraveller66
Reviewed 10 August 2015

Pre booked tours only, no good turning up on the off chance. A dour and forboding entrance and courtyard lightly sprinkled with earnest visitors, not the best first impression after a long approach through landscaped parkland. However this wasn't your average 'National Trust' pristine and...More

Thank chublet1sue
Reviewed 6 May 2015

PLEASE DO NOT CONFUSE Stokesay Court with Stokesay Castle. Stokesay Court is a Victorian mansion which is in the process of being refurbished by its current owner, Caroline Magnus. As has been mentioned, the mansion was used as one of the sets for the 2007...More

2  Thank MiketheTyke2014
Reviewed 23 March 2015 via mobile

Visited Sunday 22nd March for the Daffodil Day If I'm honest we were both very diasapointed. The house and gardens we thought were neglected and a bit shabby. The timing of the day for a display of daffodils should have been revised for a few...More

1  Thank Graham S
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