We paid our second visit to the 'Christie' summer home on a cold April day after a brisk walk via Maypool, from where the view of Dartmouth was breath-taking. Next time, I promise myself we shall arrive by classic coach!
Yet again, the commentary from the patient and knowledgable volunteers was free-flowing and informative. Additional information in room notes was interesting and listening to the recording of Agatha Christie was fascinating. The live piano music gave a romantic atmosphere to our visit for me and my wife. I treated myself to a copy of Max Mallowan's memoirs.
The 'Homity pie' from the cafe was the best I've tasted and we enjoyed eating outside. We wish we could be there for the 1940's experience later this year or lived nearer so we could visit more often. Thank you National Trust!
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