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National Trust's Lyme

  • 4.7

  • from 6720 Google reviews

A castle surrounded by a body of water with Lyme Park in the background
A castle surrounded by a body of water with Lyme Park in the background

South facade of Lyme Park house, 2013 by Julie Anne Workman. CC BY-SA 3.0

About the garden

Glorious house, surrounded by gardens, moorland and deer park. The 1,400 acre estate with its medieval herd of red deer offers fantastic walks and stunning views.

Opening times

April - 28 October 2018, open daily: House Fri - Tues only, 11:00 - 17:00 Garden 10:30 - 17:00 Park 08:00 - 20:00 Shop 11:00 - 17:00 Tea-room Fri - Tues only, 11:00 - 17:00 Timber Yard Café 10:00 - 17:00 Timber Yard shop 10:00 - 17:00

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No cafe or restaurant on site

Shops

None

Cheshire, SK12 2NX

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National Trust's Lyme
Cheshire
SK12 2NX
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Google reviews

  • 4.7

  • from 6720 Google reviews

Jan Rhodes

4 months ago

5

Fantastic stately home with lots to see both inside and outside. Lots of rooms stuffed full of furniture and personal items that make it feel homely. The Room Steward's have a wealth of information who can answer any question. A lovely gift shop full of tasteful item for the home as well as some local beer, jams and chutneys, biscuits and sweets. The grounds are extensive with plenty of walking round pretty gardens as well as The Cage, a hunting lodge on the hill. There's also a lovely little orangery with tropical plants. There's also a cafe to rest and recover with home made cakes.

Rob Spurr

6 months ago

5

Beautiful place. Only downside was kids play area was closed for renovation on the day but we'll be back! Something for everyone. Perfect for walking, coffee and ice cream, strolling the house and gardens. Kids outdoor play area; when open :) Nice touch having free to borrow balance bikes for toddlers. My toddler enjoyed having his first ever ride on one.

Marek Kluka

3 weeks ago

5

Love this amazing heritage. Staff is awesome. I can't praise them enough. Helpful, smiling lovely people who cares not just about customers, but place itself. I couldn't go inside of a hall, because it was a maintenance day(my mistake that I believed to Google maps and didn't check their website) 😅 But gardens with small architecture were fantastic. Excellent maintenance, beautiful flowers, hilly relief, plenty of things to see and do. Thanks!

Andy “Tiny & Pebbles on Tour” Davyhulme

a month ago

5

Excellent house, gardens and park to visit. Formal gardens have activities for children, deck chairs in some areas for chilling, ideal for a picnic. Garden's, park and outside areas suitable for scooters, wheelchairs and other walking aids. Are some steps but routes available to bypass which staff will point out on map. House is only suitable for those able to move with a stick, stairs between floors. Is a large house with many rooms and plenty of places to rest. Highly reccomended for a day out.

Mike Gorman

a month ago

5

Easy access from the A6 & plenty of parking spaces. Wonderful garden & lake for easy strollers or quickly access the hills beyond for the more adventurous. All of the usual facilities, food, drink & loos. Lots of fascinating history & art inside the hall if it's a rainy day.

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01663 762023

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