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Arbury Hall

| Arbury Park, Nuneaton CV10 7PT, England
+44 1676 540529
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Best day out in a long time

Please do go and see this gem of a place. We had one of the most pleasant experiences at Arbury... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
DidiLocks
via mobile
very beautiful and very interesting

Unfortunately the Hall is only open on Bank holidays but well worth a visit. The house itself is... read more

Reviewed 7 September 2017
andrea p
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warwickshire
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This lovely Elizabethan mansion house with its 12th century monastic origins was Gothicised by Sir Roger Newdegate during the second half of the 18th century and with its soaring fan vaults, plunging pendants and filigree tracery, stands as the most breathtaking and complete example of early Gothic Revival architecture. Arbury Hall, standing in the midst of rolling lawns, surrounded by many acres of beautiful parkland, seven miles from the centre of England has been the home of the Newdegate family since the 16th Century. George Eliot was born on the Estate in 1819 where her father was the Agent and features Arbury in her novel "Scenes of Clerical Life". The Hall and Gardens are open to the public on four Bank Holiday Weekends only (Sunday and Mondays) from Easter to September each year. Pre-booked visits for groups of 25 and over can be arranged during weekdays from April to end of September. For admission prices please see the website.
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“guided tour” (5 reviews)
“house tour” (2 reviews)
Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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| Arbury Park, Nuneaton CV10 7PT, England
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Please do go and see this gem of a place. We had one of the most pleasant experiences at Arbury Hall. The place , grounds and cafe are abs stunning. We did the house tour and it was one of the best things we have...More

Thank DidiLocks
Reviewed 7 September 2017

Unfortunately the Hall is only open on Bank holidays but well worth a visit. The house itself is stunning and full of family history. The ceilings are unbelievably beautiful. A walk around the grounds adds to a very pleasant visit.

Thank andrea p
Reviewed 27 August 2017

Check opening days as very limited. Lovely day out. Timed house tours. Tour was interesting and lasted about 45 minutes. Guide was excellent and didn't waffle on. Beautiful rooms and gardens with lake. Would definitely recommend a visit

Thank Damicowhite
Reviewed 11 July 2017

Only open bank holidays but very interesting visit with a great guide who is very knowledgeable and clearly interested in Arbury Hall and its history.

Thank PaulGSM
Reviewed 11 July 2017

A lovely way to learn about some of our local history. Who would have thought a piece of history would have it's own dance floor for the family's entertainment. It is a piece of Nuneaton heritage with a beautiful garden to explore and appreciate.

Thank Helen M
Reviewed 11 July 2017 via mobile

An interesting monument with plenty of history. The hall is built on the site of the formerArbury Priory in a mixture of Tudor and 18th-century Gothic Revival architecture.

Thank Oliver1954
Reviewed 3 May 2017

Arrived early afternoon, timed slot for guided house tour, viewed grounds and gardens first. Beautiful outlook over fields with livestock. Very well maintained, clean and tidy. House tour ok, bit slow, could be more interesting. Worth visiting gardens.

Thank VHMW
Reviewed 3 May 2017

Visited Arbury Hall on Bank Holiday Monday. Well worth a visit once we found it. Do not use the postcode of the hall's address which takes you to a lodge on the vast estate, not the main entrance! Use CV10 7NF in your sat nav...More

Thank Sabina D
Reviewed 1 May 2017

This place is stunning on the outside and the interior is absolutely amazing. The ceilings in this house are unbelievable. The tour was lovely and very relaxed.It was a grand residence but with lots of personal effects as the house is still very much lived...More

1  Thank maggie w
Reviewed 5 November 2016 via mobile

Although the opening times state otherwise there hasn't been one time I've visited year round when it has been open, the opening times are next to the gate but the gate always has a closed sign on it which is strange. I've had recommendation from...More

Thank Danni V
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Sorry forgot to give prices. Family ticket (2 + 2) is £20 but full price breakdown can be obtained from website
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