We regularly take our visitors here by ferry, as parking is very limited, and they love the wander up from the boat to the entrance. The cafe serves delicious lunches in the courtyard and we follow this with a tour of the house showing all Agatha Christie's collections and belongings - you can even play the piano! The gardens are a delight, but sensible shoes should be worn as it is quite hilly and some rough ground in places.
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