Breamore House

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Breamore House opens its doors to visitors, unveiling an insight into a bygone age. The property's original 16th-century furnishings and artwork preserve a fragment of history in rooms still retaining their original Elizabethan style. Perched on the edge of the New Forest and with views across the Avon Valley, the estate is also home to a museum dedicated to the history of Breamore village. A number of reconstructed buildings serve as relics of the area's self-sufficient past, such as the smithy, brewery, dairy, saddler's, cobbler's and a farm cottage. Other artefacts include original examples of the steam-powered machinery that were once put to use on the farm. More contemporary amusements come in the form of a maze, adventure playground and gift shop, and groups can also stop by the tea rooms for a bite to eat.

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Report | 3 days ago
We visited Breamore House on a very rainy day in August. The house itself is beautiful (inside and out). The house tour takes just short of an hour and the guide was extremely informative. The (indoor) museum is a gem, with a quiz for children to complete to earn a badge. There's another (still undercover) museum dedicated to tractors/farm equipment/engines etc, which my husband and son (12yrs) found of interest. The chapel is beautiful, as are the grounds (which, due to the weather, we couldn't fully explore). The tea house is lovely with great food and cakes etc at reasonable prices. We sat inside but there is a patio area for brighter days and picnic tables are available. (Toilets are located in the same courtyard; the facilities were extremely clean). There is also an outdoor play area. Despite the great British weather, we all had a great time and would highly recommend a visit.
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Report | 4 days ago
Lovely country Manor House in an idyllic location next to a Saxon church. The tour guides at the House were very good and added to the experience. Some interesting furniture, fixtures and fittings and some nice paintings. Recommended
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Report | 4 days ago
An excellent and comprehensive guided tour around an accessible family house.
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Report | 5 days ago
Lovely house and museum to visit, and good tea rooms too
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Report | 7 days ago
This is a very interesting house visit for an afternoon. Really interesting tour. Disappointed no gardens. Lots of old interesting farm and home gadgets in the museum.
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Report | 11 days ago
Beautiful house with a fantastic countryside museum. Well worth a visit. The guided tour of the house was really interesting and we found out things we wouldn't have known if we'd walked round on our own.
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Report | 11 days ago
Really interesting museum, loved the mansion, excellent guides giving a tour of the house, a great find, oh lovely tea room as well. A great day out.
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Report | 11 days ago
Very interesting tour of the house.lovely 11th century church, nice tea rooms,children's play area and large museum to look round. All in beautiful surrounding countryside. Lovely day out.
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Report | 11 days ago
House tour not child friendly. Would recommend for over 12's. The museum was quite interesting.
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Report | 20 days ago
Lovely setting - really enjoyed the tour as a picture of a smaller stately home over the years
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