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Address: 54 Castle St, Hadley, Telford TF1 5RA, UK
State: Shropshire
City: Telford
Zip Code: TF1 5RA

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Did an embroidery event at Sunnycroft. This place is such a little NT beauty . Honestly, this house is marvellous. I really loved this place. Love how it's kept to all its original features. Truly amazing place, and I look forward to coming back.Visited onWeekendWait timeNo waitReservation recommendedYes
Lovely small national trust property. The trees lining up to the property are spectacular, and the grounds are wonderfully kept. The house is small but full of character, and the guides really brought the property and people who lived their to life with fascinating stories and artefacts. Would definitely return again.
The house was very interesting and the guide was very knowledgeable. I thought the house, particularly the staircase, was very similar to Wightwick Manor but on a much smaller scale. It was good to view the whole house, upstairs and downstairs. Unfortunately on the day we visited it was torrential rain so we didn't really explore the gardens and obviously the time of the year we went October the gardens weren't at their best. I do think it's definitely worth a visit.
Loved our volunteers visit there. However please check website for opening times. They have changed.
Really liked the cream teas here especially having them outside. Great house with knowledgeable and friendly guides. A good tour. Don't miss the tiger under the pool table . Loved the chickens in the garden they had chickens when it was a family home. Don't miss the Daimler in the bubble see picture really super . Very good amount of information pannels. Great flowers, vegetables and lawn area in the garden. The children loved running around. Would recommend a visit.
A lovely little NT gem, untouched over time, if it’s this nice on a chilly Feb day it must a delight in the summer ! Great way to see how a Victorian Villa was run in the day if you could step back in time. Nice looking little tea room but we didn’t use. Reasonable grounds which originally were twice the size but sold off over time. House currently undergoing re-wiring so some of the rooms are partially covered in dust sheets etc but can still get the idea of how grand they were. Surprising how free you can roam and how many original items are placed out for your interest throughout the house. Bit of a guided talk in the servants quarters and then you’re left to roam the house, very knowledgeable guides on hand throughout.
A beautiful Edwardian house. You can see the upstairs and the backstairs.... Money was everything. The staircase and skylight are unique - worth a visit just to see those. I recommend the 40min guided tour.... there were just four of us with Angela, a really knowledgeable guide. Fascinating! Enjoying tea and cake on the veranda was really quite special.... The gardens are just beautiful. Parking is free - and entry at £7.80 is worth every penny.
A Victorian house built by brewing magnate in the mid 1800s and later owned by Mary Jane Slaney, a very wealthy widow who extended the house and doubled its size to what is there at the present time. The house remained tenuously in the family until it was give to the National Trust in the 1990s together with all its contents. The avenue of Seqioa trees along the driveway is a stunning approach to the house. The Trust offers a short introductory talk in the billiard room before you are free to explore the house yourself. The volunteer guides are very happy to explain the separate rooms as you tour around the house. There is a small tearoom offering drinks, sandwiches and cakes. There are also greenhouses and a large garden to investigate, with croquet and other Victorian games available to use.
We had a lovely visit. My husband who's in a wheelchair couldn't get in the house, but they took him around the garden and gave him a visitors guide book so he could see what was inside.
Absolutely lovely house. Local volunteers are very knowledgeable. Some rooms were unfortunately not available to view but we were told that they may be open at a different time. Visited in December and the house was decorated with lovely decorations and Christmas trees.
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