We visited here one sunny afternoon. It wasn't too busy given it's the summer holidays but that's probably a good thing as the car park is quite small. There's a tiny shop where you buy tickets from and offers some souvenirs to buy, as well as a small selection of drinks. An audio tour is included in the price which gives interesting info on the Hungerford family. We walked round as per the audio tour, but we couldn't find one of the info panels and then ended up missing a couple as it seemed to jump from 8 to 13. The chapel is probably the most interesting thing there, with a crypt underneath. Worth a visit for a couple of hours.
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