We went on a group tour. There has to be 10 or more people, and the guided tour costs £6. It is usually led by Charles Hurt the owner. Today his assistant took us round, and did an admirable job. The whole house was open to us, even the family bedrooms and upper floor which is "inhabited" by teenagers. It is full of little treasures, good portraits and a wonderful mix of old and modern. It is a small house but most unusual with an intriguing history. We had also booked for the afternoon tea. This was excellent and served in the family kitchen. All in all we had a lovely afternoon and were made to feel very welcome. The afternoon tea came at an extra cost of £5 per head and was well worth it.
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