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Publications concernant Knightshayes Court. Beautiful walk on a very hot afternoon with my john. And it has stopped pouring!! An inventor of genius, he designed and patented a machine that revolutionised the production of lace. Exeter Quad Centre Service de divertissement pour adultes. Tiverton Canal Co Canal. Always a great place to go with the children especially if you are a member. The children always Lovely walks and a small adventure playground hidden near the main gate.

Also nice to have a Personal choice but the house was not a hit with us. Have preferred other Trust properties. Also immensely irritated by the poor signage in the house as were many other visitors who were also totally lost! Interestingly enough one of the very nice volunteers told us he was pretty fed up with the complaints and urged me to fill in a comments form which I did. Apparently it's a trial to stop people getting into the gardens for free. Come on National Trust have more faith in your visitors and put the tour back so it makes sense with your guide books, visitors and volunteers!!!

Having said all that the grounds are stunning, the meal at the cafe was very nice. Tables are a bit dangerous though as the person I was with put their cup too near the rolled edge and her coffee was deposited all over her. We will definitely be carrying on with our visits to the Trust properties in the West Country but will not be back to Knightshayes. Hi Sally, Thanks for taking the time to feedback following your visit, both on trip advisor and via one of our comment cards. We had to adjust the route around the house at the beginning of this season.

We realised that we had a huge problem with people accessing the gardens free of charge, which meant that not only were we not offering a point of contact to welcome all of our visitors, but also we had a number of people abusing the opportunity to access everything we had to offer. We did think long and hard before changing our route, as we appreciate the bulk of people are entirely trust worthy and would never dream of abusing what we have to offer, but we made the decision we though necessary to help protect our visitor business, which is a key source of our income as a charity.

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The new guide was introduced about two years ago now, and again, has been largely well received. We went down the same route with it as a number of other larger properties, which is to be reflective of the story and the collection in the house, rather than a route through.

This is because we change the route throughout the year according to the seasons, so if we have designed the guide to be a route guide, it would be incorrect for at least 4 months of the year anyway. The room sheets in the rooms and the volunteer guides are there to try and combat any confusion that might arise in relation to the route around, though obviously on your visit this did not happen, so I do apologise for the confusion caused on your house visit.

I hope this goes someway to explaining the way we do things and Knightshayes- please do contact me if you want to talk things through further though, and I really do hope you might reconsider and visit us again in the future. Best wishes, Alice. This is a NT property and normal entry prices apply. Lovely grounds with fabulous views. The Woodland Garden was really nice and worth a leisurely wander around. The house has been painstakingly restored to reflect the original architects plan, rather than what the owners did. Same archiitect Burgess who did Castell Coch, Cardiff.

Enjoyed our visit and had tea in the conservatory cafe. Beautiful gardens including a massive walked veg garden which is really nice.

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Food in the restaurant and conservatory cafe very good. House really interesting to look around. My wife and i and an old friend visited this place with the intention of having a light lunch then visiting the house. The food was excellent - well prepared and served - and tasty. Thank you National Trust!!! We all enjoyed the lovely gardens which run off the terrace. The lily pond is delightful and was full of fish and tadpoles.

The wisteria was in full bloom and enhanced a very pretty garden There are extensive landscaped grounds and woodland to wander through and many magnificent trees to admire. The house is interesting and we were treated to some piano music, played by a lovely elderly gentleman who asked us if we had a favourite tune we'd like him to play.

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The light lunch we had from the restaurant was delicious and you have a choice of sitting inside or out. We also had a cuppa in the conservatory cafe and you could also buy yummy icecreams in there. All the staff were friendly and we all had a great day out. Myself, family and dog visited Knightshayes Court yesterday. The house is very impressive and I especially liked the video explaining its long history. We had a coffee in the sheltered courtyard and then had a walk in the formal gardens although dogs are not allowed in this garden.

The only thing I would say is that areas are not very well marked and I felt we wasted time trying to find certain areas. However, overall an enjoyable day out.

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