Newstead Abbey
Newstead Abbey
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Mazsuffolk
58 bidrag
2,0 av 5 bobler
jun. 2024 • Par
I always remember visiting the Abbey as a youngster with my grandmother and being impressed by the wonderful gardens.
On a recent visit, I had impressed on my husband beforehand the memories of these gardens and how beautiful they were.

I was so disappointed to see the state of disrepair the gardens have now fallen into, particularly the Japanese garden and the rose garden, which has hardly any roses in it and the herbaceous border which also has less herbaceous plants in it than my own garden.
Disappointingly the house is also open only at weekends and as our visit to the area was Monday to Friday we didn’t get chance to walk around the house. The café only offered a very limited range of products. The ladies toilet was out of order so there were queues forming at the accessibility toilet. The price to park the car is cheap in comparison to many places and there are a lot of grounds that you can explore with your family.
However, I am at a loss to understand why the gardens have been allowed to deteriorate so drastically. During our trip we also visited Clumber Park and the work there undertaken by the National trust with staff and volunteers which shows what can be done to bring old gardens back to life. Perhaps the council should think of turning the property over to the national trust to ensure that its gardens are managed appropriately . Although the Council states work is being done on the Japanese Garden, there is little evidence to support this. It’s so sad that the gardens which were at one time so beautiful and peaceful have been neglected for so long that the chances of them ever being brought back to the picturesque havens they once were is nigh on impossible.
With the amount of visitors to the Abbey, the toilet facilities are woefully inadequate. The cafe, if larger and with more on offer would be a way of gaining additional income. Portable food facilities could help.
I hope Notts Council starts to seriously consider how they manage these once beautiful gardens or hand Newstead over to the National Trust.
Skrevet 6. juni 2024
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foodie
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4,0 av 5 bobler
jun. 2024 • Familie
Really good trip with three young grandsons to the medieval camp. Very interesting displays, good knowledge from all the exhibitors, particularly the armoury and the Lords tent.
Archery section fun, even engaged with the one year old in the pushchair. Worth a visit.
Skrevet 1. juni 2024
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Ed
9 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
mai 2024 • Venner
We went to the Abbey on the Sunday of the first bank holiday in May. There was a collection of old fashioned fair ground rides in the courtyard and everything got busier as the day went on. The car park is about a mile from the main road (after the pay booth). The abbey is then about five or ten minutes walk from the car park. We enjoyed the large and varied gardens where there were plenty of benches if you needed them. We paid to go inside the abbey which was more like a hall with lots of decorated rooms to explore. The staff really made the whole visit great because they were all friendly and keen to help and share their knowledge. In particular David, who I learnt a lot from about Byron and the history of the Abbey. Thank you.
Skrevet 8. mai 2024
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Crinbaloos
Mansfield, UK3 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
sep. 2023 • Familie
Today was the wedding of my son Sam and my new daughter in law Cindy,
I must say, they couldn't have picked a better venue to celebrate their wedding day, such a beautiful place and a very romantic setting, it was definitely a place where dreams come true, i would have no hesitation in recommending Newstead Abby. Thankyou for a very memorable day.
Skrevet 24. april 2024
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NKay
North East England, UK899 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
mai 2023 • Familie
We have been here a few times previously as we used to live local. Gorgeous garden and a lovely look at the old abbey. I liked to see the small water fall and my children like to play in the play areas
Skrevet 18. april 2024
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Karla F
Llandysul, UK63 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
mar. 2024 • Venner
Super interesting and interactive. Lot’s to see and learn. Gorgeous gardens. Lovely cafe. Good parking and accessible. Would love to have seen more gardens! Loved the dress up too!
Skrevet 9. mars 2024
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katduza
Derby, UK80 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
jan. 2024 • Familie
Visited over the weekend and was incredibly surprised.
Who ever runs their website, is really underselling it because this place is HUGE.
Each room was beautifully presented and very well maintained by staff, who seem to really love where they are and are very happy to give clear and wonderful info. It was a joy to see how excited they were to share stories and information about which ever room you were in.
Guides are understaffed though and therefore unable to show all their rooms but what there was, and there was a lot, was fabulous. Items for Byron were displayed, along with rooms you could walk into and admire. Fun little rooms at the end with interactive aspects like dressing up and thoughtful presentation on the black experience. The first poem by the entrance stairwell hit me hard, as did the one referencing the man in the fireplace panel.
Gardens were beautiful and well maintained, you can see the love the FoH/volunteer people have for their work space.
The cafe was lovely, clean and had many seats. Bathrooms were very clean. The food was very good, best omelette I have had in ages.
Two coeliacs in our group, and though they had run out of GF bread, were happy to offer the vegan chilli (Which our non vegan teen said was very tasty) and the omelette instead, both well presented and in good portions for hungry people.
I knew nothing about Byron when I went in, and now feel well educated and very happy we visited.
Excellent prices, we are not well off and did not feel like we paid too much. Good value for money and affordable.
Parking is separate, £6 at the time, and gives access to all the gardens which are also huge with accessible pathways which can be navigated by most disabilities.
House has many stairs and levels, not wheel chair friendly but being historic building, to be expected.
Nice large shop at end of tour (And start) which has a large variety of gifts and some duck food which is recommended for the swans who hold you hostage.
Grounds open at 10, house at 11 with last access at 3. We spent almost the whole time there and could of happily spent much more.
All in all, brilliant place, lovely staff, beautifully maintained with caring love.
Nottingham council have a gem here and really need to update their website on this, it deserves more visitors.
Skrevet 30. januar 2024
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Charles_and_Susan
Nottingham, UK7 188 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
jan. 2024 • Par
We arrived just after 2pm, we didn't realise it closed at 4pm at this time of year.

We still enjoyed a walk around. The waterways through the Japanese garden were overflowing a bit so you need sturdy shoes. We visited most parts of the gardens - some parts you could see were being tended but a lot of it could do with some TLC. It's a shame to see it deteriorate. The bamboo clumps (were they part of the original garden?) were getting out of control in several areas of the Japanese garden.

Still, it's a good place to get out for a walk.

As we'd not a lot of time we didn't visit the cafe.
Skrevet 29. januar 2024
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Sam3314
Derby, UK2 090 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
jan. 2024 • Par
Fascinating house with a history that is not just Lord Byron. Lots of art work and interesting objects. Great volunteers who will explain everything and enter into interesting discussions. Follow the brown signs to get there as there is only one way in. You pay for parking for the car and then there is an extra charge for the house if you want to go round. Lovely formal gardens and parkland. Dogs welcome everywhere apart from the house. Nice little cafe. Paths in the garden are well made so not muddy
Skrevet 28. januar 2024
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n55ffc
Radcliffe on Trent, UK1 469 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
jan. 2024 • Par
We parked at the entrance and walked to the Abbey. It’s about a mile and a lovely walk along The Woodland Way through the trees. Fabulous gardens to wander around and then there’s the cafe! It’s very tired and could do with some TLC.
Skrevet 28. januar 2024
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