The Manor is set in lovely grounds overlooking magnificent views of Shenberrow Hill in the Cotswolds. It is about a ten minute pleasant walk from the car park to the house, and entry by timed ticket. That might give you time to look at the little garden and to listen to a talk about Charles Wade, who assembled an eclectic and fascinating collection of hand-made objects from around the world and displayed them in the house along with his own creations and paintings. Not everything is beautiful, but it is all interesting, and the heart of the Manor is Tudor with a very authentic feel. You can also see where Charles Wade and his wife lived, a small house in the grounds. Visiting here you get close to a true British Eccentric - fascinating!
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