As one progresses through this wonderful old house a story is told of one of the owners.Sir Henry Dryden was 19 when he inherited his ancestral home and 2,500 acre estate in 1837.
The beautiful gardens are an added attraction.
20 minute wait for a sandwich which had to be ordered and brought to our table was excessive I thought and I overheard others complaining. The sandwich was tasty and fresh but if you don't want to wait, order a cream tea which you can take with you.
A thoroughly enjoyable day.
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