We visited the house. It was very informative and personable as it’s not run by an organisation but by volunteers who love the property and have worked hard to save it and keep it open.
It meant you could walk all around the rooms (as opposed to parts of the room being cordoned off) and have very informative conversations with the volunteers in each room about the history of the house and the families.
It was such a treat to have tea served in the main hall of the house as you come in - very nice home made cakes and scones!
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