Built in the early 16th century for Lord Sandys, Henry VIII's Lord Chamberlain, the house acquired a classical portico (the first of its kind) in the mid 17th century and contains a fascinating Tudor chapel with Renaissance glass, a Palladian staircase and a wealth of old panelling and fine furniture. Attractive grounds feature herbaceous borders and a wild garden with lawns, lakes and woodland walks. There is also a newly developed wetlands area.
Please check the National Trust website before visiting.
See www.nationaltrust.org.uk for details
- National Trust
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Facilities and services
- Baby changing facilities
- Education facilities available
- Gardens open to public
- Parking for coaches
- Parking for disabled available
- Picnic area
- Toilets for disabled
- Wheelchair access to some public areas
- Wheelchairs available for loan
Induction loop in reception and guided tours. Programme of events inc. outdoor concerts and theatre, family events and lecture lunches.
- Braille information and/or interpretation
- Brochure or leaflet available with directions to museum
- Events and resources for children and families
- General guide to collections available
- Guided tours
- Information point provided
- Large print information and/or interpretation
- Pre-booking service for groups
- Touch exhibits
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