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  • anita t
    Birmingham, UK201 contributions
    My grandkids have written a little bucket list of things they want to do this year with Nan !! One thing on the list was Alpaca walking, came across Severn valley alpaca’s by chance and saw they had a half term even on so booked them in, booking was easy to do and confirmation received straight away.
    We arrived at Severn valley alpaca’s and right from the off Lorraine and Andy made us and the kids feel so welcome, they were very attentive and amazing with my grandson who has SEMH needs , they were calm and gentle and extremely patient with him and enabled him to join in with everything that was going on whilst being continually aware of his needs. The Alpaca are absolutely beautiful creatures and the private experience meant we gained lots of information not only of the alpaca but of the journey Lorraine and Andy have been on to get where they are today. After the experience we were all provided with drinks and snacks ! Andy makes the best hot chocolate ever !! And the kids were presented with a medal which they absolutely loved !! Really great touch !! We were made to feel really comfortable and totally relaxed nothing was to much trouble ! Would highly recommend
    Written 17 February 2024
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  • Jayne K
    9 contributions
    Lovely National Trust property. House ( still occupied and very much a family home), interesting 'fusion' of history and also modern art gallery and fan exhibition. Modern art by Anthony Twentyman, commissioned by Sir George Labour here, last owner of Dudmaston Hall displayed throughout garden. Beautiful grounds with pool and lake with choice of walks, signposted and different distances. 2 second hand bookshops and small plant sales. Small tea room for light lunches, seating inside or outside in orchard which is very pleasant. Friendly, attentive guides and staff throughout. Stunning views from beautiful gardens across estate. Would recommend.
    Written 23 June 2023
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  • AlexLeamas
    London, UK22 contributions
    A wonderful experience. I was quite taken by Lady Laura who was a delightful host. My only disappointment was she is married to the bounder Cash. It’s a fantastic place though with so much genuine history and character. Absolutely recommend a visit here.
    Written 26 July 2023
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  • tony2
    Cheadle, UK13 contributions
    Small and pretty park next to ruined castle. We went on a hot, sunny day and there were many benches: one in the sun, others in the shade. This was ideal for our elderly parents.

    On the Saturday we visited there was a mobile coffee shop/artisan ice cream vendor.

    Note that car parking is tiny and limited to 40 minutes so you may need to drop people off and park elsewhere.
    Written 11 June 2023
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  • Sandy B
    1 contribution
    Beautiful place to look around lots of quirky shops . Park all day for £3 . Amazing architecture you can really feel the history of the area. Good selection of places to eat
    Written 13 August 2023
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  • Graham R
    Honiton, UK387 contributions
    We had coffee, soup and cakes for lunch, sitting outside in the sun. The tomato and red pepper soup was excellent. However, service was very slow because a new member of staff was being trained: her trainer was very apologetic. The cafe is next to the watermill where guided tours can be provided for a reasonable fee (£5). The mill is in the shadow of a viaduct. Fans of the Severn Valley Railway can enjoy the trains from a unique vantage.
    Written 20 May 2023
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  • Christmas
    4 contributions
    Never laughed so much at the show hope to see you all next year great people great place last show of the year is always the best
    Written 25 January 2020
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  • christine s
    Stourbridge, UK681 contributions
    Always drove past here driving to Bewdley.so we decided to pop in the main building for refreshments.
    There is a resteraunt named Montgomery,s,welcomeing,tidy and airy,with stunning rural views,of a small lake,open golf course,in imaculate condition,and inside and outside serveing.
    We sat out,in February,service very good,we will return.
    Written 18 February 2024
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  • Neil T
    Wolverhampton, UK232 contributions
    Such a great walk, very relaxing and not to hilly, big sozed car park and toliet and cafe there as well, plenty of different trails you can take .
    Written 16 April 2022
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  • Graham C
    Leicestershire, UK141 contributions
    well worth a visit on a damp sunday morning four floors of interesting antiques to wander around and view

    charlie’s cafe offered a nice break for coffee and they did a good menu of food in an interesting themed environment

    easy to get around although some stairs to climb— toilets on site also

    easy parking adjacent to main entrance

    tools us a couple of hours to get around with some interesting items on display
    Written 23 June 2021
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  • the truth
    Kenilworth85 contributions
    What a fantastic church and grounds you wouldn't know you were in bridgnorth it's so quiet and not much traffic a couple of benches to sit on and enjoy the peace and quite
    Written 29 September 2021
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  • Karen L
    Portchester, UK25 contributions
    What a place! Spent 2 hours just browsing and absolutely loved it. Staff friendly and good restrictions on place
    Written 30 July 2020
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