Visit this family-owned 16th century mansion set in delightful gardens and beautiful landscape. Follow a free vintage-inspired guide around the house and learn about the boys who lived here and the games they were allowed to play.
Enjoy the warm welcoming atmosphere of the house, the well-stocked kitchen which is the oldest part of the building, and the cosy living rooms. Admire the fine furniture, sculptures, paintings and the beautiful, intricate plasterwork. Look up to the impressive decorative ceiling. It is truly magnificent.
Stroll through the peaceful walled gardens full of beautiful plants and flowers and enjoy the aromas floating around, especially in the rose garden. You can also follow a free children’s trail around the garden and discover medieval ruins and the history of Grey’s Court.
Visit the ‘Plot to Plate’ and learn how vegetables and fruit are grown in the kitchen garden. See the bees living in the walls and learn about which insects help plants to grow. Children can also run around the grass maze and have lots of fun there. No visit to Grey’s Court is a complete without a crazy, mazy run.
Facilities: Dogs on the estate walk only.
Opening Times: See website for more details.
Costs: National Trust members have free entry.
For further information please visit: http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/greys-court