Like most National Trust properties the Baddesley Clinton house is well maintained, given its 500+ years of history. The house itself is a combo of fit and finishings from the 1500 - 1600's and the late 1800's when it was inhabited by the last male heir of the original Ferrer family. I especially found the priest holes (used to hide Catholic Jesuit priests) interesting. The times have changed.
Try to visit on a sunny day (good luck here in England) so you can explore the grounds in addition to the house. Also, the estate is located near the Packwood House, another NT property, and for non-NT members you can get both properties for around 12 GBP versus 16 as stand alone admissions.
As common to National Trust properties there is a solid enough tea room and well stocked gift shop.
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