The guide who showed us round part of the house and told us the history of the Berwick family told us that this is the 4th most visited National Trust property and there are certainly plenty of reasons to visit. The walled garden is fascinating, beautifully cared for with mouthwatering vegetables as well as colourful flowers for cutting. The story of the family told us by our guide is intriguing, and we are tempted to make a return visit as other tours look interesting too. Usually the sight of scaffolding would make our spirits drop but the story of the eork being done on the Nash roof is another fascinating story. There are many walks to be had on the estate which appear well laid out though time constraints stopped us taking full advantage of these. One really needs a full day to enjoy all there is on offer here, including a very nice lunch in The Stables Cafe and a well stocked gift shop.
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