The house is one of England’s finest Tudor Manor Houses, with the Great Hall, built in 1485, an excellent example of early Tudor architecture. The house contains a collection of English furniture from the Jacobean to Victorian times.
Upstairs, the west wing houses a gallery of artwork by the Russian artist Marevna who lived at the house in the 1940s/50s.
The gardens date from 1891 and are Grade I Listed. They contain Yew pyramids and have water as recurring theme.
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