My husband and I visited this attraction on our National Trust membership as we are interested in WWII places and exhibits. The WWII tour given by a volunteer guide was short and sweet but very informative about how Hughenden was used during the war. Also worth a look are the WWII rooms in the manor itself as there is lots of information in these rooms.
The house itself is impressive if you are into that sort of thing. As we're not, I can't really comment on this aspect of the experience. The volunteers seem helpful and cheerful though, which makes the day even more pleasant.
There is a walled garden which, due to the weather, we did not unfortunately get to see. Maybe next time!
There is a cafe, toilet facilities and gift shop selling lots of National Trust gifts and produce.
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