We looked it up in the National Trust Book and drove 2 hours to get there! Beware as it is actually on an island exit...satnav confused! Nice drive up to the house, able to park at top and have a picnic after the visit as the tearooms only sell cake!
The house was very good but the guide given at the start is really confusing and all the lovely helpers inside agree! Apparently they are on version 12 and still not got it right! Didn't really feel at the end of the visit that we had learnt a lot about the house. It's was super that on entering a lovely lady was playing the piano in the music room. Some interesting reading as you go round but not keen on the tiger skins under a display cabinet!
However the gardens are a delight, especially the walled garden and also take the time to walk up to the church. On the whole a pleasant visit and would recommend a visit. We went on to Skegness and Chapel St Lenards after which was fun.
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