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Easy to find due to good signs. Beautiful area! Friendly staff, everything is easy to see and understand. When I was there, they were excavating a stretch of mosaic, very interesting!
A great day out. Mostly enjoyed by all. The kids had fun making mosaics and playing around. All staff were very friendly and helpful. The guided tour was well worth listening too and very informative.
Very accessible and very well presented in a way everyone can appreciate the magnificence of the villa. Excellent guides, and audio tours. Good cafe. A small museum. If you want to see how the Romano British elite lived this place is a must,-visit place. Recommended without reservation
Stunning mosaics and a real sense of what the original villa must have been like. Innovative walkway system allows viewing of the mosaics beneath your feet as well as those around you. Surrounding grounds are also great for picknickers.
Great for a day out with the grandchildren. A chance for them to run around but also learn something about Roman history. Highly recommended for both children and adults alike!
Best of the three Roman villas I have visited. Made even better by a enthusiastic guide, taking the tour is highly recommended. It's a bit out of the way but it is set in a lovely spot.
It's quite out of the way in a beautiful location and contains some really interesting Roman bits and pieces. There's some cracking mosaics and architectural elements of Roman habitation - the under floor heating system and so on. We had a good day out here - one of the best Roman sites in the UK.
Amazing place to visit although I had my reservations I actually spent all day learning about the history of the place. The tour guide was so informative she was so caring in given the talks in the shade. As always the staff in the shop and cafe are wonderful. I always leave with plant as a keepsake. Lots to see and explore.
Very interesting place, worth a visit. Particularly of note is the new viewing area for the mosaics. BTW, walking around shows some of the Latin sources for our English words
It's my second time I've been here. It doesn't look much if you don't know what you are looking at but the information you get, especially if you take the guided tour, is extensive. Both of the times I took the guided tour I had a great guide that knew a lot and could tell us a lot of the roman period, in a simple but good way and could even answer questions we had for him. The building they built to protect the mosaics is impressive and definitely worth the price they have still a lot to dig up and still need another building. So hope in another few years they have made it so I can visit again.
Fascinating place. Really good tour... Thoroughly enjoyed the lady who took us around. Very knowledgeable, funny and approachable. Recommended.
Fantastic and interesting place. Hidden away down small roads you don't expect much but there are some amazing mosaics and ruins here! A must for anyone interested in our history.
A must visit if you are in the area. Wonderfully preserved mosaics, bath house and water shrine. Brilliant and engaging digital tour guide from a former slave which is really informative. Warm and friendly staff as always at the National Trust. Definitely recommended.
Well laid out and informative site. Mosaics are fabulous and NT has really done a good job of showing them to the public.
Well worth a visit if in the area. Well off the beaten track. I was impressed with the amount of floor plan left intact. Have a guided tour. I learned so much more than if I had just wandered around myself.
Excellent example...maybe on of the best...of a Roman villa in British. Free tour by local guide....Dr. Nick...was excellent
We attended a mosaic workshop when I went, we were very lucky there was a lot left, I advise to everyone to book ahead like I will in the future. These workshops are top notch!
Beautiful mosaics. A lot of the site is covered so it's a good rainy day activity (it was sleeting when we went!). Lots of interactive things for the kids and pictures of what the rooms would have looked like to help the kids.
Lots of great Roman history here. Loved the presentation of the mosaics. Really great that there are fun children's mosaics for them to play with. Kept my children occupied. Good tour. Liked the house with the artifacts displayed. Would recommend a visit.
Chedworth Roman Villa offers fascinating remains of what must have been a massive villa in an idyllic setting. Quite a lot of imagination needed for large amounts of it but then the bath house and dining room mosaics (which are covered) are impressive. Plenty of things for small children to do plus a pleasant little cafe. Rather cheeky entry prices considering what there is to see but that's the National Trust for you these days. Easily done in an hour.