This visit was well worth while. The large rambling red brick house and English country garden of William Morris was brought to life by Ross our guide, who spent an hour telling us the history of the house. It was most interesting and different to the usual National Trust houses. On a sunny day the garden was a delight to sit in, and the cakes in the cafe received a 9.5 out of 10 by me and my friends.
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