Saturday, 6 April 2019

Where should the National Trust Scone Blogger go next?

I have given myself just 21 months to finish the National Trust Scone Odyssey, which means one thing: I need to get a move on. 

I think I have 73 properties still to visit, although this might be a little off - I don't include properties that don't have a tearoom and sometimes that's hard to tell from looking at the website. But nevermind - I'll work it out.

I need your help though - is there anywhere on the list below that is particularly good and needs a visit sooner rather than later?

You can fill in a little survey here: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/XCJBLNQ

Or just tweet me the ones that you really love.

Thank you all!

Aira Force and Ullswater
Antony 
Arlington Court
Ascott
Baggy Point
Barrington Court
Belmont Tower
Borrowdale
Botallack
Branscombe
Brean Down
Buckland Abbey
Burton Bradstock
Carnewas at Bedruthan
Carrick-a-Rede
Castle Coole 
Castle Drogo 
Cheddar Gorge 
Claydon
Colby Woodland Garden 
Cotehele 
Crom 
Dinefwr
Divis and the Black Mountain
Dolaucothi Gold Mines 
Dudmaston 
Dunstable Downs
Dunster Castle
Dunster Working Watermill
East Riddlesden Hall
East Soar
Erddig
Fell Foot
Florence Court
Gawthorpe Hall 
Giant's Causeway
Glendurgan Garden
Godolphin
Gunby
Hardcastle Crags
Holnicote Estate 
Horsey Windpump
Ilam
Kinder, Edale, the Dark Peak
Kinver Edge and the Rock Houses
Knightshayes
Lavenham Guildhall
Lydford Gorge
Lytes Cary Manor
Marloes Sands and Mere
Mottistone
Newark Park
Ogwen Cottage
Ormesby Hall
Overbeck's
Penrose
Plas yn Rhiw
Porthor
Portstewart Strand
Sandymouth
Selworthy
Slindon Estate
South Milton Sands
Springhill 
Stackpole
Sticklebarn and The Langdales
Tarn Hows
The Argory 
The Courts Garden
Tintinhull Garden 
Watersmeet
Wembury 
Wray Castle 

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