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Mount Stuart

Rothesay PA20 9LR, Scotland
+44 1700 503877
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OTT luxury

This must be the most opulent, but not necessarily the most tasteful stately home in the UK! The... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Leeds, United Kingdom

Keep your eyes peeled as you walk through the woods to the house. There are lots of little areas... read more

Reviewed yesterday
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“stately home” (43 reviews)
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Rothesay PA20 9LR, Scotland
+44 1700 503877
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Reviewed yesterday

This must be the most opulent, but not necessarily the most tasteful stately home in the UK! The internal decorations are something to behold. It is clear that the very wealthy owner wanted any visitors to know how rich he was. Worth seeing even if...More

Thank winnie44
Reviewed yesterday

Keep your eyes peeled as you walk through the woods to the house. There are lots of little areas worth spending a few minutes just lingering. You'll need coffee once you get there, and the courtyard coffee house is worth waiting for. We didn't buy...More

Thank goodvintij
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Decided to head out to Mount Stuart on a rainy Sunday afternoon, freeflow admission actually ends at 4, I thought the website said 5 but we were able to join a guided tour at 4 anyway. The lovely lady welcoming people at the door advised...More

Thank katie s
Reviewed 1 week ago

WE have visited Falling Water in Pensilvania hailed as the greatest domestic dwelling of the 20th Century. Mount Stuart has got to be the greatest domestic dwelling of the 19th Century with Electricity, central heating and all rooms with en-suite facilities most of it constructed...More

Thank Whisky-Sandy
Reviewed 1 week ago

Better than fantastique, the man that had this place built was extra excentric and richer than the UK at that time. A visit to the beach is a must, and the wee garden.

Thank ALEX B
Reviewed 1 week ago

the house is brilliant but the gardens are a must particular the herb garden and the visitor centre a nice walk

Thank southin
Reviewed 1 week ago

You need two days to see all of the estate, make sure you get there early to do the guided tour, make sure you visit the shore line.

Thank Graeme C
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Lovely friendly and helpful staff, fantastic walks through the grounds, playground for the kids, free parking and shuttle bus to take you around if you don't want to or can't walk from the visitor centre to the house. Enjoyed a light lunch in the courtyard...More

Thank Nyreb
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Beautiful grounds and fascinating house. Definitely worth a visit. Tour was very informative but even a drop in visit provides detailed info from staff.

Thank Sandra B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Enjoyed a few hours here. Useful free shuttle bus to the house from the visitor centre, for torrential rain days, or for people with mobility issues. Otherwise it's a nice ten minute walk through the gardens, which are lovely in quite a relaxed way. The...More

Thank EMaree15
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26 July 2017|
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Response from jpeterhughes2017 | Reviewed this property |
every 15 minutes or so. although a taxi is very reasonable. There is a Mini bus takes you within the grounds and is included in the admission fee.
Farhat S
28 May 2017|
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Response from MS_Visitor_Services | Property representative |
Hi Farhat S We can offer you the group rate of £7.50PP which includes entry to the Gardens and free flow admission to the House. Please contact the office tel: 01700 503 877 and ask to speak to Kate or Euan who will be able... More
Margaret F
11 April 2017|
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Response from wanderingstarlet | Reviewed this property |
I would take a photograph and type it `verbatim`, exactly as it is, into google and have it translated into Latin, - that is if the staff don`t know and I bet they do. They`re mostly students at nearby universities, and are... More