National Trust - Mottisfont

4.63 Votes Currently Closed
  • Address: Mottisfont Ln, Romsey SO51 0LP, UK, Winchester, United Kingdom
  • Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +44-1794340757
  • Tags: Art Gallery, Garden, Family And Kids

National Trust – Mottisfont is a 18th century abbey where you can find some historical interior designs and a well-decorated garden. Earlier the building was used as a spot where various renowned artists gathered to create their magnificent creation. It houses a drawing room which was painted and decorated by Rex Whistler. Numerous collections of art from the period of 20th century are exhibited in the top floor gallery. The major part of the garden is covered with spring bulbs and winter garden except a side where you can find a rare species of rose garden which blooms in the month of June. You can find a bubbling brook which flows adjacent to the National Trust – Mottisfont.

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  • National Trust - Mottisfont Address: Mottisfont Ln, Romsey SO51 0LP, UK, Winchester, United Kingdom
  • National Trust - Mottisfont Contact Number: +44-1794340757
  • National Trust - Mottisfont Timing: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm
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  • 95% of people start their National Trust - Mottisfont visit around 10 AM

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National Trust - Mottisfont Reviews & Ratings

  • Great gardens and facilities. Walled rose garden was fantastic, best visited in May and June to see them at the best. The crystal clear chalk rivers had massive trout which we easily seen. Many places to eat and drink. Loads of parking even on a busy day. Very good place to visit.

  • A good day out, spending several hours on the estate. While going round the house, we listened to 2 short talks about the long and varied history of the house and about the Rex Whistler painting in the lounge. There was an exhibition celebrating the long history of the Beano magazine. The Rose's in the walled garden were past their best but the remainder of the garden was looking good. In addition, drinks and a snack in the small cafe and a walk along a stretch of the river Test.

  • My wife and I visited this place on our way back from The New Forest. We arrived just before the house opened and was already busy with lots of children with their parents taking the Dennis the menace challenge. The gardens are lovely and very extensive, and the house is very interesting. Well worth a visit. There's a buggy available if you are not very fit to walk from the entrance to the gardens.

  • Great place to go. Rose gardens a must. If old then you can travel on a little cart. Good restaurant with fab seating on the lawns. Staff v helpful. Even sell plants in coconut disposable pots.

  • What can I say! The rose walled gardens are amazing and the colours and smells are lovely, Well worth a visit, The house is full of charm and character and the volunteers are very welcoming and informative. Plenty for the kids to do and lots of tea rooms so your never far from a cuppa! The walk by the river is great and keep an eye out for the trout. Five stars

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