We knew nothing about this site but toured it because we had a 3 site ticket which included it.
Small car park, visitor centre hosts a quilt display, which at first we thought was all there was to see.
The main venue is the old house which was one of the first in Winchester. the house was called Abrams delight by the first owner who was an early settler given a 500 acre plot near the river to carry out his trade as a miller. there is a huge amount of history relating to the Hollingsworth family who originated from Chester in England -records show from about the time of William the Conquerer (1066). they branched out to Ireland and like many to escape religious persecution, they settled here, first in a standard sized log cabin, rebuilt next to the house, also full of history.
A must see if you are in Winchester.
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