When I looked at the exterior, I didn't think much of it. The receptionist told me what was inside the house and persuaded me to go into it by paying about 5 quid. As I went into the first room, I was greeted by a lovely gentleman called Keith who started to tell me all about the history of Worcester as well as the history of the house. Not only was it interesting as I like history and culture, I felt very welcomed by all the staff who were in different parts in the house as they would be more than willing to tell you more history of the rooms they have been allocated.
Afterwards, I went down to the garden, and it feels really quiet and although it is small, it was lovely and well looked after.
I had a good time.
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