A quirky and charming NT property in what was once the Isle of Wight's busiest port, now reduced to a shrunken but picturesque village of cottages and greasy lanes. The town hall is an 18th century period piece, furnished in appropriate style and with exhibitions to inform visitors of the murky underbelly of Georgian England - its political corruption.
4* rather than 5* due to the somewhat officious NT admissions dragon on the desk. Charm school needed methinks.
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