This part Jacobean,part Stuart House is still furnished in the style of Charles II's court and it's gardens are still in the fashion of that period. The interior is furnished with original fine art that is maintained to a very high standard.We were impressed by the knowledge and enthusiasm of the staff ,and would particularly recommend a conducted tour of the gardens. As in most National Trust properties,the food is of high quality although the menu choice is limited.The restaurant is
attractively situated in the orangery within the walled kitchen garden (which provides much of the produce used in the kitchen).
We spent four hours in the house and grounds of Ham and it was barely long enough to see every aspect of the property. If a walk along the towpath of the nearby River Thames is to be included,then then a whole day should be set aside for visiting this attraction !
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