Unfortunately when we went the hall was closed for refurbishment so only got to see the gardens which were lovely. Had lunch at the cafe which was also very nice and served quickly. Only two negatives - paying £4 admission seemed a bit steep when the house is closed but I accept they still need to maintain the upkeep of the gardens. Also the door which goes from the cafe back to the outdoor seating area (not into the inner courtyard - the other exit) is completely unsuitable for a cafe - heavy and fast closing. How the waiting staff get through it every day without dropping trays is a miracle. I was nervous when just carrying two drinks. Overall though it was a very good place to visit and I'd go back when the hall is open again.
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