For Christmas I got a National Trust membership. It’s being a few years since I was last a member, but now looking forward to visiting new places and going back to places we have been to before.
Back in 2016 I did start to keep a note of how much we saved with the membership, but looking back over the blog, I never kept up to date with that.
As it was a nice dry day we decided to visit a property. I did consider Tyntesfield, but using the National Trust app I found a property we hadn’t visited before, and it was less than an hour away, down the M5 to Tiverton.
A great post-war garden,19th-century parkland and grand Gothic Revival architecture by Victorian visionary William Burges.
Family Ticket £38.50
Total saving £42.50
Cumulative saving £42.50
Membership cost £133.80
Net umulative saving -£91.30
Obviously we will need to visit some more places to make the membership cost effective and increase that cumulative saving.
Here are some photographs from the visit. Continue reading “Knightshayes Court”