A very interesting Hall to visit. The story behind this hall and the family is quite impressive. Well worth listening to the introductory talk with a very enthusiastic volunteer. This is usually given in the garden at the front of the house, however the weather was atrocious so we did not get to appreciate the gardens in their full glory. The interior is incredible with the number of pieces of furniture, tapestries and artifacts preserved. An enjoyable afternoon. The Mill is well worth a visit as the volunteers still mill flour and everything is still working as it is previously thought to.
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