Clevedon Court holds a great collection of Nailsea glass, which was manufactured locally in the 19th Century, together with a grand display of Eltonware studio pottery; the manufacture of which was associated with Clevedon Court. The house itself has many interesting artefacts - stop by on the stairs for railway memorabilia. The gardens too are of interest being designed by... 更多
Enjoyed an informative hour walking, around this house and garden. Only open 2 - 5 on restricted days, but works well visiting Tyntsfield in he morning and Clevedon Court on way back. House staff were very helpful and knowledgeable. The glass displays were colorful and enjoyable. The medieval great hall was great to see. worth a visit if NT member... 更多
This is a really interesting place to visit it is National Trust, The staff have interesting facts and stories to tell about the place. Check to see when it is open
My wife and I spent a very interesting 3 hours at this National trust property . The staff were so knowledgeable , it was like having a stimulating history lesson in every room.
Clevedon Court has a great hall, a screens passage, a chapel and porches that all date from the early 14th century, and the house also incorporates a small tower from the 13th century (with some outbuildings being of a similar age). The house was extended in the 16th century and further enlarged and altered in the 18th century, when its... 更多
My girlfriend and I decided to visit Clevedon whilst in the area visiting Tyntesfield. Upon our arrival we were surprised to discover how small the property and grounds were...however sometimes good things come in small packages. The house is beautiful and my girlfriend especially liked the fact that it's of a different period to many of the other national trust... 更多
On our journey home we selected a couple of random points to take a break and Clevedon court was one of them. The house was lovely, you are only able to see some rooms as the family still reside in the property. All rooms had a very knowledgeable guide in them which made it easy for the children to have... 更多
Certainly not the most impressive building but definitely interesting. Many portraits from the considerable generations who have occupied the property for hundreds of years. There was is a collection of Nailsea glass and a museum containing beautiful pottery made by an ancestor of the current occupants. As opening is limited there is a simple open air cafe (which serves delicious... 更多