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All reviews national trust the kitchen georgian times restored house well worth a visit interesting house step back in time small house room guides gentleman's club period costume black butter free entry check opening times video presentation gift shop interesting history
Spread over 4 floors this is an amazing experience of a grand Georgian town house which appears to have been trapped in aspic.
Too much of it to give a proper review but if you don't want to climb the series of staircases, floor-to-floor, there...More
Fabulous attraction. Not expensive. Allow approx 2 hours for visit. We were travelling with 5 children between 10 and 15 years. The housekeeper who was in Georgian character was amazing. She did not rush us and took time to explain and answer the children's questions,...More
I enjoyed visit although it coincided with a children’s Halloween event so there were restrictions that normally wouldn’t be, e.g. cookery demonstration was not available and it was very difficult to watch the video due to background noise and lack of a seat. Normally wouldn’t...More
Won’t take long to look around but a nice escape from the hustle and bustle of town and just a short walk away from the shops. Liked the cook who gave us an informative tale of how the family would have cooked and stored their...More
The house is well presented and interesting. There is a video presentation of the history of the house which sets the scene, the house is not very big. The Kitchen is still in use with the cook making various dishes. It is recommended to view...More
This site is a restored town house and with authentic furniture and fittings the building has been lovingly restored to its former glory. Check online for details of opening times and events being held there.
The cook was very informative and the room guides gave sufficient information without being long winded.
The video upstairs helped to explain the houses history as well as showing the state of disrepair it had fallen into before the trust rescued it.