On arrival, I was made to feel 'at home'. The guides share their knowledge with a passion. The house is lived in by the family. The rooms that are open to the public are all very interesting and lots to see. Maybe i was expecting more rooms than what were available, and i was a little disappointed with that. food in the courtyard cost wise, was on a par with other attractions, and it was very nice. The lady in the café was very obliging and pleasant.
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