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Great Chalfield Manor

Off B3107, Melksham SN12 8NJ, England
+44 1225 782239
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Beautiful House & Gardens but guided tour too long

Beautiful house, little gem hidden in peaceful countryside, lovely garden even at the end of... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom
A historic house with beautiful gardens leading down to a stream.

This house was built in 1467 and was restored in the 19th century by a member of the Fuller family... read more

Reviewed 15 October 2017
Hollingbourne, United Kingdom
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Off B3107, Melksham SN12 8NJ, England
+44 1225 782239
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Beautiful house, little gem hidden in peaceful countryside, lovely garden even at the end of October (visited 29th Oct), the only disadvantage is that you have to take the guided tour which took over an hour on this occasion, this was too long, 1/2 hr...More

Thank HonestBK
Reviewed 15 October 2017

This house was built in 1467 and was restored in the 19th century by a member of the Fuller family of brewers from Chiswick who was also involved in the local Avon Rubber Company. The house passed to the National Trust in 1944 with the...More

Thank ruralrider2015
Reviewed 30 September 2017

A very good National Trust property with a nice garden and great property. Make sure you take the guided tour of the house.

Thank paulwT5568MD
Reviewed 19 September 2017

Excellent guided tour by volunteers who really knew the house and it's history. Open on limited days and times but well worth checking if you are in the vicinity.

Thank ChrisGill2015
Reviewed 13 September 2017

We visited this property as part of a coach tour and we were very impressed with it. The family still live in part of the house although it is now a National Trust property. It still has part of its moat and the parish church...More

Thank Janice R
Reviewed 5 September 2017 via mobile

We stopped off here en route to somewhere else as we had a spare few hours. We just assumed that it would be open, but alas no. It's only open a few days a week and entry to the house is by timed ticketed entry....More

Thank Louise B
Reviewed 5 September 2017

Visited this super venue on a wet day and was still struck by the magnificence of both the manor and gardens. Timed guided tours are very informative and worth taking advantage of. Car parking on road adjacent to site. Self service for drinks with honesty...More

Thank Keith P
Reviewed 21 August 2017

This manor house, steeped in history is well worth a visit. Beautiful on the outside and a guided tour with a knowledgeable and sympathetic guide - the great hall, its ownership and its history are fascinating.

Thank Dr Robert P
Reviewed 20 August 2017 via mobile

We went here on a wet day and hoped to use up some time in the dry. It was an interesting tour and one can only see the house with a tour guide. It was restricted because of this but the residents, who are still...More

Thank alienaylings
Reviewed 17 August 2017

Fabulous house tour and gardens. We were given a guided tour of this ancient manor house. Its an amazing venue. We were lucky enough to be there during a heatwave - even then the hall was amazingly cool inside. This is supplemented by a trip...More

Thank fhall_2
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