We didn't have a promising start because all the car parking areas were full and we were turned away by the attendant. We ended up parking down by the church, which is fine if you're physically well, but the uphill walk is hard if you're not.
However, putting all that behind us, we enjoyed wandering around the manor. It had that 'lived in' feel, as it wasn't overly large and not too grand. We learnt a lot about Disraeli, his wife and Queen Victoria's connection.
The displays in the cases were interesting, even if the labelling of items were of a poor quality ... I almost wanted to offer my services, as I could produce something a lot better!!!
An amble through the gardens finished off our visit, where the gardeners were planting up the borders for a winter display.
All things considered, we'd certainly recommend visiting.
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