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All reviews osterley park robert adam formal gardens farm shop run around dog walking the kitchen walled garden lots of space cake scones second hand bookshop long gallery lovely grounds stable block lovely walk central london
My wife and I had rejoined HHA ( £80.00...visited 25 properties last year) and decided to visit Syon House (enjoyed viewing) before Osterley Park as we are also NT members. When you drive into Osterley be very careful of the speed bumps (5mph) as they...More
A beautiful house, let down by the NT. Perhaps this is a house that should only be visited in summer. As it was, visiting on a gloomy autumn afternoon, apart from the fact that the upstairs & kitchen levels were closed for the season meaning...More
Really enjoyed our trip to the house and gardens. Such a beautiful place. The food at the stables cafe was delicious and sitting out in the sun under the trees was an absolute treat. Would reccomend to anyone looking for a lush day out of...More
Visited on a rainy Saturday so didn’t experience all the grounds but could see they were extensive and inviting.
The house itself is ok but for the entrance fee of around £11 I would suggest that the house is poor value for money, but I...More
We did a quick 4 mile hike around the park during an 8 hour layover at LHR. Easily reachable by Tube or Uber. Lovely spot with tree lined paths and a great coffee shop, 2nd hand book shop and obligatory garden shop. Get out of...More
The park is huge (it was raining cats and dogs when we visited during Open House London, so didn't explore much of the park, but we did walk through the garden behind the Osterley House and it is really beautiful). The interior of the house...More
A lovely day strolling around the house and gardens. Steeped in history. A beautiful house and the grounds are well maintained. The cafe is reasonably priced and the food was very good. All the staff we met were friendly. A hidden gem. Like most visitor...More
The extensive gardens are remarkably rural given their proximity to London, with the M4 to the north and the Great West Road to the south. The house and garden are quickly accessible from Osterley station on the Piccadilly line, by exiting the station and crossing...More