Brodsworth Hall is not a typical stately home in that it has been restored to appear as it was when the last tenants left (well done to English Heritage for taking this house on). Anyone interested in history will find this fascinating, with it's faded opulent Victorian and Georgian decoration mixed it with bits and pieces from more recent times. There is a free guided tour at 11am and 12pm, I would highly recommend this as the staff (Reg and Margaret, thank you) conducting the tour were enthusiastic and informative. From 1pm, you can wander around the house freely and there were lots of other knowledgeable staff who gave us interesting information. There is a cafe with reasonably priced nice food and drink, though as with most places these days you get a queue due I think to waiting for the coffee machines to do their business. We loved the gardens despite the unsettled weather and the fact it wasn't in full bloom, they were very peaceful. Well done to whoever does the bush topiary! We shall come again in summer to see the roses.
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