I first went here in the 80's and I always the recall the house with its beautiful decor. Its recently been restored and is even more magical. The chapel in the attic is stunning too. Our only disappointment was that there was a display of student textile work (which was fine) but it was draped over and obscured the historic exhibits and the rooms . Given that the most people will only visit once in a lifetime we thought this was intrusive and unacceptable. We work in the arts so understand the idea of showing contemporary work in historic settings but it was imposed on a historic building rather than adding a new interpretation and lessened our enjoyment considerably.
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