National Trust – Hill Top located at Near Sawrey, Ambleside LA22 0LF, UK

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Timed-ticket entry to Beatrix Potter’s quaint, rural farmhouse filled with the writer’s furnishings.

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Alex Schultz

5 Google Rating

A beautiful and intimate step back into the past. This is run by dedicated, enthusiastic, welcoming

5/ 5

A beautiful and intimate step back into the past. This is run by dedicated, enthusiastic, welcoming and friendly staff, all of whom want you to have a special time. The Trust has maintained original furnishings and ornaments, creating a truly authentic experience - one which we look forward to repeating when we are next in the Lakes.

Googie

5 Google Rating

Our 4 year old loved this place, as did we. Very well monitored, the garden is fabulous with quotes

5/ 5

Our 4 year old loved this place, as did we. Very well monitored, the garden is fabulous with quotes and little things to find. The humble outside cafe was great too. Staff friendly and helpful.

Alice VC

5 Google Rating

Really pretty garden, it’s quite small but we didn’t mind at all. You should try book in advance

5/ 5

Really pretty garden, it’s quite small but we didn’t mind at all. You should try book in advance, if you go towards the end of the day they may let in a few people if it’s quiet though. They have a really nice coffee stand there with seating. The shop is sweet with little Beatrix Potter themed gifts. A lovely little visit in a gorgeous little village.

Brian Johnson

3 Google Rating

The house itself was closed, so the visit was just a pre-booked short walk around the gardens and a

3/ 5

The house itself was closed, so the visit was just a pre-booked short walk around the gardens and a visit to the cafe and gift shop. The road getting there is very winding and hilly. Fragile passengers may feel a little unwell unless you take your time.

Ken Grimm

1 Google Rating

Turned up 15 minutes before closing time and even though we were prepared to pay full entry the fell

1/ 5

Turned up 15 minutes before closing time and even though we were prepared to pay full entry the fellow wouldn't admit us. The fellow had an officious unwelcoming attitude. Would definitely not recommend this place. Were able to see the gardens, they were nice.

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