When we arrived there were guided tours in the house every half hour so we didn't feel rushed when doing the tour. The tour was a nice one and the guide quite nice even if he only followed the manuscript he had great knowledge of the house and answered questions from the group. The guided tour covered a lot of the house. It was pretty long, more than an hour so it might not suit younger children if they are not very interested in history.
The restaurant in the garden was a nice place to eat.
A highlight when visiting the property was a visit to the farm houses, this I think will suit everyone!
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