We didn't actually visit this place for the museum, café or any other features, but attended a wedding of a couple who my wife knows.
The venue was well run with great space for the guests. The newly weds had a quartet band playing to lead them in in the upstairs hall which was lovely (though maybe not a feature of the museum!)
The food was great, though the main course of steak was a mixture of rare steak to rare-medium which isn't everybodies liking. The waiting staff were very helpful and generally very pleasant. The guests had a marquee set up for us to go to after the dinner which was testament to how well they looked after the house - drunken guests in a beautiful place as this would probably not be a great idea! There were also plenty of lovely views of and from the house as well as the well kept gardens.
If there was ever a wedding that we were invited to again at this house, we would be very excited to return. We just wouldn't order the steak!
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