A very interesting house and our first visit since the fire. The work done to restore it is amazing and we especially enjoyed the exhibition about the fire and the small areas of carving which have been left to show 'before and after'. We did the taster tour which provided the chance to ask questions, then did the tour with the guidebook.
The grounds have stunning views over the countryside and there is plenty to see with the shop, plant sales and the gardens.
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