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We visited today and although the house was closed the Church and the grounds were open and we enjoyed the gardens very much. The tea room with both indoor and outdoor seating offered a good selection... more »
My mother and I broke our journey for a short stop here, Had a hearty soup in the café before taking a tour of the house. Different approach to the house tour in that it concentrated on the barriers t... more »
The house is as intriguing as it is interesting. All the guides were approachable, knowledgeable and friendly. The different styles within the rooms where various owners had made alterations was fasci... more »
This was a lovely place to visit as a National Trust member. Amazing garden it was great to come in September and see the pumpkins in the garden nearly ready for harvesting. We had a game of croquet on the lawn and walked around the house. Staff were very helpful too.
Great National Trust property, lovely helpful and informative volunteers and very interesting house. Garden was lovely too and the priory church.
Beautiful grounds and very helpful tour guides who were great with the kids.
Interesting place full of history and with a bit of mistery. The visit to the house help you to understand the lives of its owners and the leaflet is very good. Lots of friendly volunteers gives you more details and fun facts.
Good place to walk the dog in the sunshine. Dogs are not permitted in the house or gardens. The walk is a mile to a mile and a half long. Ground is a bit uneven on the walk and there are thistles, so good walking shoes and long trousers are a must.
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