We had visited the the house and gardens long before they became the property of the Trust, and they were truly magical then. We even came to the house the day it was signed to the Trust, and had a special time with the last member of the family, as we sat in the garden together and talked about the future of the house and picked blackberries together. However, this is now not a visitor attraction. The rental property is out of our price range at £3000 a week for a holiday, and the trust have done little with the garden. The house is a real national treasure and needs treating like one, not just as a way of making money. We are so disappointed and upset at this property. Not worthy visit now except to feel excluded and very very sad.
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