What a remarkable place. A true folly with very unusual and different things to interest you. Could be a little scary for small children though. There is a nice restaurant and shop, and we were also very lucky to be given a tour of the house, although this is not normally open to the public. Since our last visit, the folly has been extended again and now includes a spooky wine cellar and passage!
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