Easy to find (with my satnav) and parking well-signposted. Interesting to see the rooms in the house but the visit is more about the history and its location, the wonderful, free-flowing garden plus the more structured features, the view and the busts of Leonard and Virginia. The old tool shed with the photographs was, for me, the best part and the whole visit was enhanced by readings from Virginia Woolf's short stories by a NT volunteer.
This attraction certainly benefits from being visited on a dry day.
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