The grounds alone are beautiful, with the Medieval walls behind on the hill, and the gardens, churchyard and Myrtle Grove (former home of Sir Walter Raleigh), right next door. But when you walk inside this architectural wonder, you are silenced by its beauty. If you are fortunate enough to be there on a day a concert is offered, I highly recommend attending. I had the pleasure of listening to four classical singers last weekend on a afternoon, and the old acoustics system, (little holes in the wall with ceramic jars on the external structure) only made the sound more brilliant. A must see!
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