There aren't too many books, it's in a dusty old state and some of the exhibits don't seem to have been touched since the Duke of Windsor's tenure. But this is a wonderful place! It's a beautiful building with a romantic, authentic, atmospheric feel. I spent the morning working at the round table on the first floor and felt comfortable and lucky to be there. In a world where sanitised uniformity rules this really is a gem. Enjoy it.
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