This is a very interesting little place with beautiful grounds in which you can wander or picnic. great place for family and the history is quite amazing. Mandy C
Oh this place is great! You just have to visit. Open to all about April time around Easter. They put a lot of things on for the children. A National trust property it was owned in the 1700's by the Parminter Sisters who never married and made a lot of the house themselves with shells collected locally. The sun moves... 更多
Just the most delightful NT house I've visited . The views from the many windows is fantastic. . So clever to think of having a house that wherever you sit you can be in the sun . The shell room is amazing and all the collections the sisters occupied themselves with are lovely . A small house in comparison to... 更多
The Seashell gallery has to be seen to be believed, but the whole house is a treasure trove. The Staff are very knowledgeable and friendly and the tearoom is gorgeous! Well worth a visit.
Nice visit to this unusual house i would say that the activity of finding pumpkins was entertaining apart from stepping in dog poo! the prize of a small cardboard cutout was also a bit cheap for the £1.50 charge per person that said the house was very interesting to look round the views are great and we all liked looking... 更多
An absolutley unique and stunning building. Each room was delightful, the room stewards were all enthusiastic and had lots of interesting information. Lovely views of the estuary from the top floor . A really enjoyable visit and one I would highly recommend
Very Interesting and unusual building. Worth a visit even though I think it is a little expensive. The guides in each room who apparently arevoulenteers are very knowledgeable
Such an amazing place. A 16sided house who would of thought that! Looks small from the outside but very deceiving! Love the idea of doors in walls we would all have so much space. Loved the shell collection. Such a lovely visit and a must for anyone with a history fix.