It is under the national trust. It has a little cafe in the vistor entrance. Quite a few parking spaces on the grounds outside the vistor entrance
The building itself is good, very old and is quite a good to walk around. Has education facts and bits around the house in the different rooms. Not sure how busy gets but when went there were only a couple of people there walking around. Might be a good place to take kids to learn about the history of the area.
There is a little veg and plant garden too to walk around. Walking around the site and building won't take too long about an hour at most.
I would recommend going there to have a look around.
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