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Newark Park, Ozleworth

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Newark Park is a Grade I listed country house of Tudor origins located near the village of Ozleworth, Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire. The house sits in an estate of 700 acres (2.8 km2) at the southern end of the Cotswold escarpment with views down the Severn Valley to the Severn Estuary. The house and estate have been in the care of the National Trust since 1946.
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  • This was our second visit to this National Trust property; it had been almost 13 months since our first visit here. On our first visit, most of the ‘Estate Walks’ were closed due to work clearing... 
    This was our second visit to this National Trust property; it had been almost 13 months since our first visit here. On our first visit, most of the ‘Estate Walks’ were closed due to work clearing...  more »
  • Acres and acres of semi-untamed areas to wander around. Recent storms have damaged some walls and ash die-back has caused tree loss. The house was very interesting though as one guide said "has no... 
    Acres and acres of semi-untamed areas to wander around. Recent storms have damaged some walls and ash die-back has caused tree loss. The house was very interesting though as one guide said "has no...  more »
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  • Arrived early and National Trust staff advised on the Bridle path route that runs down alongside the Estate walks and it is a moderate walk of between 1-2 hours. The scenery and sounds of the wildlife through the forest were excellent. The refreshments run out of a takeaway shed and picnic tables on the lawn are great in good weather. Staff were excellent and knowledgeable on the sites history.
  • Really interesting, we had the talk on how the property had been added to over time and it made sense of it, well worth doing. We also walked around the estate walks some of which is quite steep. The views from House and grounds are amazing. There was a sculpture trail while we were there which was really nice too

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