This is a rather overused phrase, but Blackwell is really a gem. What makes it more poingnant is that it could so easilly have been lost to us (as the public). It is very original but the best thing is that you are allowed to walk around it like a grown up and at your own pace. You are surrounded by Arts and Crafts beauty and it's so lovely to hear visitors' exclamations as they find views and objects around you. You can actually sit in window seats and alcoves (for example) and take in the details of this well-appointed house. As a result, it's not the sort of place that you would take a dog and if you are lucky enough to have a dog, either keep the fellow at home or park your vehicle in the shade with the windows open. Evidently that seems to be difficult. There is also a very well stocked gift shop where you could easily spend a small fortune and a restaurant, which we did not visit.
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