National Trust Properties in the UK

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Enjoy a tour through England, discovering beautiful eternal places full of history. See protected nature and craftmanship of the past, stroll through taylored gardens with various fragances and taste a yummy lunch in a castle restaurant.
Go and see wonders, hike in wild moors or coastlines, feel the atmosphere of ancient abodes and keep a good remembrance of your friendly and revitalising tour. All the places we introduce here are near main towns and surrounded by other main castles or gardens. Find out with the help of this shortlist which places in England you want to enjoy!

National Trust Properties in York and Newcastle

  • York: Beningbrough Hall and Gardens
  • Newcastle: Washington Old Hall
  • Manchester: Lyme Park

York: Beningbrough Hall and Gardens

Beningbrough Hall National Trust

Discover one of the most beautiful buildings in York: a Georgian mansion built in 1716 with 100 famous paintings and baroque interiors, gardens, a wide park and a restaurant! There you can enjoy some concerts and attend with pleasure some joyful events. You will also find a shop full of souvenirs.

York: Washington Old Hall

Washington Old Hall National Trust

The ancestors of George Washington lived in this old manor dating back to the 17th century. A monument dedicated to the progress of humanity and fight for freedom! You will find there many objects and mementoes of the Independance War. The Hall is astounding, the furniture carved from oak and the kitchen authentic. Furthermore you can stroll through the magnificent Jacobean garden surrounding the house.

Newcastle: Lyme Park

Lyme Park National Trust

Lyme Park is a beautiful Tudor house surrounded by a beautiful Victorian garden full of roses and parterres with a peaceful lake. Enjoy breathtaking views over a moorland and a medieval deer park and have a great dinner at the on site restaurant. To please children you will find also a playground. A great pleace to visit!

National Trust Properties in Wales and Midlands

  • Wales Bangor: Penrhyn Castle
  • Wales Wrexham: Erddig
  • Derby: Hardwick Hall
  • Birmingham: Coughton Court

Wales: Penrhyn Castle

Penrhyn Castle National Trust

The Penrhyn Castle is a place full of history. There you will find the very soul of Wales in this huge and beautiful abode on a cliff near Bangor. You will be stunned by the collection of royal furniture, icluding the huge bed of Queen Victoria. From the castle, you can also enjoy an amazing view over Snowdonia and you can enjoy relaxing moments in the tea room or the large Victorian garden. Discover with relish the story of Penrhyn Castle!

Wales: Erddig

Erddig Mansion National Trust

Erddig near Wrexham is one of the most famous houses in England - it won the price of the UKTV History 'Britain's Best' Historic House. The 18th century abode is surrounded by 1,200 acres of land and formal gardens bordering the Clywedog River. You will love the horse-drawn carriage rides through the park and you can hire bikes to explore the area!

Midlands: Hardwick Hall

Hardwick Hall National Trust

You want to see a wonder of the Elisabethan architecture, a castle built for Bess, countess of Shrewsbury which has lost none of its original charme since it was built. Be prepared to love this abode, built in the 16th century. You will be astonished by the charm and the luxurious atmosphere of the house. Have a yummy lunch in the premises, it's kingly! Enjoy also the herb garden and the great view over the countryside.

Midlands: Coughton Court

Coughton Court National Trust

Coughton Court near Birmigham is an exceptional Tudor abode. It holds a great number of priceless objects and furniture and besides that, the garden is a wonder which has won numerous awards! This place is well worth a visit - you will enjoy a relaxing and revitalizing walk on the riverside of a lake and the restaurant will provide you with moments of delight.

National Trust Properties in Cornwall and Kent

  • Plymouth: Cotehele
  • Plymouth: Lanhydrock
  • Kent: Petworth House and Park
  • Kent: Polesden Lacey

Cornwall: Cotehele

Cotehele Tudor House National Trust

Cotehele is a Tudor house which displays a wonderful collection of armours and furniture. It is set at a nice riverside and offers you a unique view over a richly planted valley garden. Take a short walk through a forest that will take you to a mill still working like in former days!

Corwall: Lanhydrock

Lanhydrock Country House National Trust

This castle is one of the most stunning in England! It was built in the 19th century and you will love the garden and its various colours of magnolias, rhododendrons and camelias. You can ask for a visit of the outdoors with the head gardener and you will also find a restaurant at the castle.

Kent: Petworth House

Petworth House National Trust

This astounding and giant abode of the 17th century is surrounded by a huge park. There you will see the greatest collection of paintings in the possession of the National Trust. You will also be stunned by the sculptures and the furniture. You can find a restaurant at the castle with a private room available.

Kent: Polesden Lacey

Polesden Lacey National Trust

The yellow house is an original abode of the Regency period. It holds a collection of paintings, furniture, porcelain and silver. You will be pleased by the scent of the wall of roses in the garden - even the Royal family appreciated the beauty of the garden and held several family functions there.

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