From the outside, this looks like one of those amateurish little museums that tries to make a lot from little - and in some ways this is exactly what it does - but this is a charming little house, with lovely garden and excellent tea-room.
The labelling on the various parts of the house enable you to journey with the architectural historians as they pieced together its history - smashing for anyone interested in archaeology - but the best bit is the garden. Lovingly restored by volunteers, its various "rooms" make it seem much bigger than it is and are a haven of tranquillity, bursting with cottage garden plants.
The tea-room promised gorgeous home-made cakes but was full of locals when we visited - not even enough room for the queue!
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