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Newark Park stands proud on top of the Cotswold escarpment, looking down into the Ozleworth valley to the Mendips beyond. This remote corner of south Gloucestershire is a secret and unspoilt place, with barely a sign of modern life visible in any...more
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Ozleworth | Wotton-under-Edge,, Ozleworth GL12 7PZ, England
We called in here to break up a long journey home from the Cotswolds. The drive to the house off the motorway showed pleasant scenery and the Cotswolds are surely at their best at this time of year.
The staff when we arrived were very...More
Berkley Castle was closed, couldn't find the entrance to Stancombe Park and Gardens and ended up here. The young lady at the ticket office was polite and helpful, giving us a free map of the park. We took the middle walk, which was for us...More
Newark Park (National Trust) was originally a Tudor Hunting Lodge. Having visited a few times I know that usually this smallish lodge is a delight to wander around. Sadly, at present, the upper floors are 'out of bounds' due to a bad water leak earlier...More
There are magnificent views from the grounds of this property and we enjoyed a visit last weekend on a beautiful Summer's day unlike a previous visit a few years ago when a lot of the paths had been closed due to us after heavy rain!...More
We visited not knowing about the flood. However after a lovely 2 mile walk around the estate and gardens we made our way to the house and were so lucky to join a short tour of the tudor basement which was fascinating. Then on to...More
1 ST visit to House - end of May - apparently only recently opened after "beast from the East " weather issues had caused damage - only ground floor available along with gardens. We had a very interesting and knowledgable guide - Peter - extremely...More
The two geeks were off on a magical mysterious tour and decided to check out Newark. We were very presently surprised, for what is a smaller national trust site, from the decent sized car park, friendly staff and cooling wood walks.
We visited today and found there were only three rooms available to view in the house, one of which had been converted into a shop, another of which was being used to store items from the rest of the property. Whilst the NT website says...More
It was so lovely to visit Newark Park today where they not only allow dogs on leads but positively embrace them, with a treat as well!
What a difference from other National Trust properties, such as Dyhram Park, where we found the admissions staff to...More
This is a beautiful house with wonderful character and really feels like a comfortable home. Despite the difficulties concerning a recent water leek it is still a must to visit.
The staff clearly love the place and are working hard to make things right again....More