Best attraction for me personally on this trip. I know little of the man apart from his name. The more I learned about him in the museum the more my respect for him grew. A truly remarkable social philospher, artist and philanthropist. Many of his ideas came after him. A lovely house with his turreted bedroom offering the best view over Consiton. The woodland walks up the slope behind the house was delightful with hidden dells. We rounded off the visit with lunch onsite. It was busy but well worth the wait as it was prepared on site. Forewarning by a sign helped.
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