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In 2013 Monk's House will be open from Friday 29 March - Sunday 27 October. The house and garden will be open every Wednesday to Sunday and Bank Holiday Mondays
Garden open 12:30pm-5.30pm
Yes with prior booking. No coach access. Group rate: £4.10 is for groups of 15+. However if you group is of 10 or more people please let us know in advance that you intend to visit.
Not outside opening hours
In 2013 Monk's House will be open from Friday 29 March - Sunday 27 October. The house and garden will be open every Wednesday to Sunday and Bank Holiday Mondays House open 1pm-5.30pm (last entry 5pm)
Spring bulbs Cottage garden, ponds, orchard and vegetable beds in allotment
Adults £5.35, Child £2.70, Family £13.35
Disabled Access: Grounds - partly accessible, some steps and uneven paths throughout. House is only accessible via three brick steps with no handrail and two helpers are required to lift wheelchairs into the house. Parking Limited. No coach access and car park has a height restriction barrier which prevents entrance by minibuses. Lavatories: A small outdoor privy acts as our visitor toilet Shop specialises in Virginia Woolf, Bloomsbury and garden related items Refreshments: Ice creams and children's treats available in shop
Events - Please see http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/monks-house for more information
Monk's House Garden Studio http://www.nationaltrustcottages.co.uk/cottage/monks-house-garden-studio-001023/ Rodmell
The Abergavenny Arms, Rodmell Juggs, Kingston
A small white weather-boarded house, the home of Leonard & Virginia Woolf, until Leonard's death in 1969. The rooms reflect the life and times of the literary circle in the which they moved. The garden has four contrasting sections - formal walled area, orchard, open lawn and Kitchen garden. Our orchard is the very place to sit and talk for hours in Virginia Woolf wrote in her diary. Garden highlights: spring bulbs, summer cottage garden, ponds, orchard and vegetable beds. Virginia Woolf's writing room is also in the garden, where she penned many of her great works.
Bought by the Woolfs in 1919 as a country retreat.