I had seen the building before but never had the opportunity to go in.
It is one of the smaller National Trust properties but well documented and very interesting to visit. The wood panelling was spectacular and the various items on show were described well. There were some staircases and one is well marked as being steep with an alternative shown.
When we were ready to leave the rain poured down again and so we went to the coffee room and enjoyed a slice of cake and a drink.
The staff were all very friendly and helpful and in reception they had plenty of knowledge of the history of this house.
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