Only five years since the disastrous Cockermouth floods filled the ground floor to several feet and completely destroyed the original walled garden, the restored house and garden are a must for any visitors to the North West Lakes. The rooms are well furnished with good 18th century furniture and there is a great deal of contemporary paperwork to read. Altogethera most rewarding visit, completed by an excellent lunch in the upstairs tea-room (sadly there didn't seem to be any alternative facilities for disabled visitors to partake of refreshment).
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