I'll preface this by saying that we didn't have the chance to explore the grounds given the heavy rain on the day of our visit, so perhaps my impression of the place would have been better if I'd been able to enjoy a walk there. The house was reasonably interesting and we did very much enjoy the violinist playing in one of the rooms - a nice treat. I wouldn't say there was a huge amount to see though, and we were less than impressed with the café. The floor, tables and chairs needed a good sweep/clean, food/crumbs were everywhere and it was a bit offputting. We were also given just one plate when we ordered the cream tea, and only one little pot of jam when there were two of us - a little stingy.
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