Got wind of the place through watching a tv programme ....It was well worth the visit...it has so much history The VERY helpful staff too ....Full of information Even to the ppoint of us taking over an hour and a half at the place so much to see and read... Well worth the 2hr journey
Really lovely visit to this little house, steeped in history with interesting parts especially the shell collections and shell grotto at the very top which unfortunately you're not allowed in but the rest of the rooms are excellent and the volunteers are very informative. The views and grounds are also lovely and there is a little cafe to sit out... 更多
The main attraction here is the walls covered in shells collected by the cousins who lived here. As a passer by, seeing the NT sign, in we went. What they don't tell you until you have paid the entry fee is that you can't get anywhere near the shells on the top floor. Very bad form but not surprising.
Nice to see, unusual design, some vey small rooms as you would imagine from the shape Good views Sadly raining when we went so we didn't walk around the gardens
We visited on the Heritage open day weekend and were made so welcome by the gate staff (so differenct to our experience the previous day at Arlington Court). Not hard sale of NT membership but given a welcome pack of Devon and the NT which was a nice touch. For such a little house there is such a lot to... 更多
This delightful quirky home of two spinster visionaries is a perfect trip into the past.How I would have loved to have met these two sisters who travelled to places we would consider inaccessible ,at a time when there were no airplanes .It is magical and unique.,and the views of the Emouth estuary are truly breathtaking .These people new where to... 更多
Quirky, interesting full of nooks and crannies that will interest young an old alike...take time to go around...and then do it again because you would have missed something.
Never been to a house quite like this before, it has lots of character and is distinctly eccentric. Having said that you could definitely live there. The tea rooms were part of the house and the food and coffee were very good