We visited Shaw's Corner for the first time last weekend.We found the location difficult to find even with a Sat Nav and parking was a bit tight as the car park is pretty small. The house was compact with rooms bursting with George Bernard Shaw's effects and as he would have known it. One comment I would like to make is that the guide,a young girl sitting on the landing,didn't seem particularly informed with regard to George Bernard Shaw and had to look up information about the Fabian Society. I consider that this should have been something she should have known. The kitchen was interesting,especially the folder with an account from one of the maids.There was only one copy available which proved difficult.The gardens and orchard were peaceful and the benches were really appreciated.
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