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Having recently visited Fairfax house, our interest was sparked to follow the trail here. We found it easily enough and parking this time of year was easy, staff friendly and helpful, entry fee a bit steep i think for what you see. Rooms are quite...More
Delightful family home of the Terry (chocolates) family. We are actually encouraged to touch items and sit on the chairs (quite a rarity). Regrettably the original furniture has been removed and is now at Fairfax House, but the substitute furniture suits very well. Tea can...More
We should have checked the website but we were disappointed to find it closed until 1st March for refurbishment.
This is an Arts and Crafts house built in 1927 for Noel and Kathleen Terry of chocolate manufacturing fame.
We did find out that tickets are...More
You can spend a few hours here hearing all about the history of the philanthropic chocolate producers Terry's, who shaped the lives and landscape of York in the Victorian era. Amazingly friendly, informative and enthusiastic guides will tell you everything you need to know, or...More
Bit of a delayed review but here we go!
This was the first (and worst) of three NT properties we visited on our trip to York as members.
It’s just off Tadcaster Road and you could easily carry on and drive past it, we nearly...More
Booked a table for the Christmas lunch. We received a warm welcome. The meals overall were good if not a slightly odd selection. The fish mouse was very good whilst the onion soup had a large soggy croton and the mackerel salad had little mackerel....More
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Sorry this Goddards house is in York which is about 300 miles from Brighton and would take most of a day to get there. Chipping Norton is also miles away from both Goddards on York and Brighton. A taxi or uber would be very... More
Sorry this Goddards house is in York which is about 300 miles from Brighton and would take most of a day to get there. Chipping Norton is also miles away from both Goddards on York and Brighton. A taxi or uber would be very expensive