This site, owned by English Heritage, is accessible by public transport. It is a short stroll from the bus stop. There are no staff on site and it is free to just wander and read the information boards. You need some imagination to feel what this once impressive residence was like before it was abandoned. The grounds are quite extensive, but it was wet underfoot and so we did not venture far. I would not rush back.
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