Although this place is maybe a little smaller than most national trust sites, the welcome you receive on arrival is incomparable. On arrival we were welcomed as if we were family, and were able to witness history being made right in front of us!! We would definitely recommend coming here.
Being a member of the NT and was in the area thought we would take a look an interesting house, not as large as the normal houses but still worth a visit if you are about, the village is very pretty but not a lot to see
Being National Trust members, we decided to pay this little place a visit. It wasn't the easier place to find and the car park was tiny. It did have an overflow carpark but this was tiny too. The hall is in the same grounds as craft shops and a café. The hall itself was small and we found it quite... 更多
Small car park so may not always get a place. Not open every day so check first. Not a large property but worth visiting. Volunteers are knowledgeable and well prepared. Garden was nice even though a storm the night before had beaten down the sunflowers. Crafts shops in the courtyard.
Really enjoyed looking round this building. All well kept and there was some very knowledgeable people in different rooms. Besides visiting the hall it is nice to walk round the village and see the houses where the plague started.
Just been to Eyam Hall what nice little hall enjoyed the garden most. Some great sunflowers. Would not pay to go in only went in because we are national trust members. The worst part is the Eyam buttery poor cake grumpy and unhelpfull staff. When there was no where to sit we sat on a bench at the side of... 更多
Smaller than many other National Trust properties, Eyam Hall is an interesting place to visit with quirky rooms and well prepared staff who can answer any question. Gardens were closed because there was a wedding, which was disappointing.
Small but fascinating. A privately owned property on lease to the National Trust, so you get a very strong sense of what it's like to live in (and have to look after) a property like this. Nice little garden, and courtyard full of interesting craft businesses.
I liked the house,but it would not be on my national trust favorites list!!Pretty garden with a thatched gazebo for a nice picnic spot.Lovely display of sunflowers with sunny blooms!!Great cheese ,ale ,and gift shops in the courtyard for a little retail therapy!!
The hall is interesting. The shop is sweet. The cafe up the stone steps called Raphael's is a disgrace. Lunchtime on a weekday. Two other couple in when we arrived so not busy. We wanted something light and vegetarian. Cheese, pickle and tomato sandwich seemed to be it. The cheese was that sort of orange stuff that if you try... 更多