Nothing beats National Trust:
We’ve actually had a little summer this year. So on our way back home from being down south we decided to stop at Baddesley Clinton, a stunning National Trust house which was home of the Ferrers family for 500 years.
Baddesley Clinton was a sanctuary for Catholic Priests during the 1500’s and their hiding places are fabulously preserved and visible for visitors to the house.
The surrounding gardens are beautiful and there’s a lovely picnic spot – prefect for British summer days.
Entry to the house and gardens is £10.45 for adults and £5.15 for children.
National Trust properties always make an excellent destination for a day out with the family – we’re so lucky to have a organisation who’s dedicated to preserving our history.
Thanks for reading,