The gardens are stunning , and the views from the gardens are beautiful but the high entrance price and the expensive cafe slightly soured our visit . We are pensioners but we still had to pay nearly £10 each to get in and there was no late entry price ( we arrived at 3.30 and it closes at 6 ! ) had we not driven such a long way we would not have gone in. In spite of the high entry price you only receive a leaflet with basic information with a site map, very little information about the history of the house itself or the gardens. You have to buy the guide book if you want to know more .
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