We visited on a crafts fair day so a bonus not to mention the reduced admission. The upkeep of this historical gem is a labour of love. Right now a new roof is needed for the entrance hall. The tea room is small but cozy and full of fascinating architecture details. The building has priceless rare medieval ceiling paintings which alone justify the visit. We loved the raw authenticity of the rooms which spoke volumes of real lives lived here. The volunteers running this unique structure are amazing and deserve to be rewarded with more visitors!!
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