This is a very very interesting place to visit, gives a real flavour of Tudor life with an unspoilt medieval charm. The house itself is a real gem; the long gallery is particularly fine, as is the great hall. The chapel contains some fascinating frescoes and the pre-Tudor tapestries are very entertaining; look out for jousting on boats and a horse stamping on some unfortunate's foot! Only 2 very minor let downs, the tv in the room with the tapestries was distracting and access by footpaths is only from the road.
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