We visited on a lovely sunny day which made a difference. This is a very interesting old house, parts of which go back to about the 14th century, I believe. The family who owned it still use it as a holiday home apparently and still has a lived-in feel to it. There is plenty to look at and to occupy a couple of hours.
The gardens to the rear are on a steep slope so aren't easily accessible for the less mobile.
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