Plenty to see for an hour or two - gardens are lovely set around a small river with lots of sculptures which we and our young children found really interesting. The main house contains temporary art exhibitions which we also really enjoyed. The Dovecote is really impressive. There's also a café (The Cascades) which we didn't use.
Slightly strange ticket pricing - two adults and one child is more expensive than the family ticket which requires two children of 7 or over so it's cheaper to take two children than one! In our case, we were refused the family ticket because our second was only 6 - in the end we said he was 7 so that we could buy the family ticket anyway. It wasn't so much the saving, but the principle that it didn't make any sense.
Overall it was great though and would thoroughly recommend it.
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