We stumbled upon this National Trust property during a visit to the beautiful little village. It is the first property that the National Trust bought and as a member of the National Trust of course I was going to pop in for a quick visit and I am pleased I did.
The house is well maintained with plenty of information about what each room was used for etc. It was very interesting and I would say worth a visit if you are a National Trust member. The gardens are beautiful and full of colourful flowers. Unfortunately the garden has in parts been damaged by flood water but they are working hard to fix this.
The staff there were more than friendly and willing to explain more about the history. I would say if you are in the area it is worth a visit, especially when the sun in shining as the surrounding green and church is also stunning.
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