Went there with friends and had a lovely time looking around. Be aware there is no real wheelchair access. One friend in a wheelchair was allowed free entry, as was her husband as carer, but she was limited to the ground floor. There are videos to watch which give a virtual tour of the house so she didn't fully miss out however.
There is lots to see with the miniature rooms in the attic particularly a treasure not to be missed. The staff in each room were brilliant, giving all the information you could want without overwhelming you. Pictures are allowed as long as the flash is off.
The tea-room was also a lovely, relaxed place and the food (both normal and gluten-free) was delicious and reasonably priced.
A real gem!
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