Touring this important Bloomsbury home was a highpoint of our trip. We went a week after they had opened for the season and it was not overly crowded. The docents really know their stories and the hour long tour let us in most of the rooms in the house. It is not like a museum--but more like Vanness Bell and Duncan Grant have just stepped out for a moment and you are in their home. Original furnishings and of course all those lovely painted pieces. We had a delicious lunch in the cafe--welsh rarebit was divine and the crumpet with honey was bliss. The gift shop is well stocked--small gifts as well as more expensive. We had plenty of time to wander around the grounds and garden. A real treat.
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