This is a really wonderful house to visit if you are interested in history and stepping back in time. What is also so fascinating is that the present owners actually live there (hence I presume its restricted opening days of Thursday/Friday until September. It has been very thoroughly restored and there are so many great artefacts to look at. Each room is manned individually by a very informative and helpful guide. And everything is very hands on, there are no "do not touch" signs and you can even sit on the chairs, unlike so many other old houses that are so Museum like. The garden too is not to be missed - beautiful. There is an ongoing project to one side of the garden where the Tudor Wall once stood which is showing promise of good things to come so I will definitely be going back when that is completed to see it in all its glory.
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