We visited this year for the second time. Our guide was a well informed and very pleasant young lady who helped the visit come alive with stories of the family. The furnishings and items on show really are stupendous. On the way out we met the owner Nicholas who happened to be going out shopping. He took time out to talk to us at length about the history of the family and his wartime experiences and those of his family. It brigntened up an otherwise cold and damp day.
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