We are members of National Trust so visited Chartwell whilst on holiday. It was a bit of a strange house, not at all as I'd imagined but very in keeping with the period. After visiting Blenheim Palace where Churchill was born I was a little underwelmed at where he chose to live his married life.
It was also a bit of a disappointment not to be able to see his bedroom. You can view it on the computer in the information display but can't actually visit it, why I've no idea and it's a great waste.
The grounds are vast and beautiful and lovely to have a picnic in. The outdoor sitting room is especially creative.
Glad I went but probably wouldn't return.
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