The tearoom here is excellent. We had the best ploughman's lunch ever. As a visitor attraction, I found it lacking however. With the exception of the very friendly woman in the Visitor Centre who provided us with a map of the grounds, although didn't provide any other helpful information, the other accessible areas were unmanned or not signposted, e.g. the shop was open but the attendants stayed in their office and didn't come out to help; we would have liked to visit the chapel but there was no signposting and no one to ask nearby. The grounds are lovely as are the views, and the tearoom is excellent for lunch, but otherwise it was a fairly impersonal experience and I felt like an intruder rather than a welcomed guest.
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