We only paid to see the grounds, but will possibly visit again in the future to take a tour of the house. It was blistering hot when we visited and delightfully, we were pretty much the only people there.
The grounds are superb and very well kept with grazing sheep to one side, a small area of woodland towards the back and a very pleasant cafe. It was a lovely place to spend a quiet afternoon in good weather.
The cafe was reasonably priced. Considering the type of place it is and its usual clientèle, it could have been a lot worse! The staff were friendly and attentive, making sure we had everything we wanted before leaving us be.
Will definitely visit again in the future!
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