Surprisingly small house, tucked away in woods between Henley and Oxford and only acquired by NT in 2011. Very typically furnished in 1930's style and left exactly as Lord Nuffield died in the early 60's. Volunteers are enthusiastic and point out interesting details in the house.
We visited on a rainy day so could not walk round the grounds so interior of the house took about an hour, it is certainly worth planning to visit this location in conjunction with Grey's Court a few miles down the road to make a full day of it.
As mentioned in other reviews don't expect a huge tea room serving full dinners - it's just one room here and a selection of sandwiches and cakes all quite pricey really, seating gets full up very quickly. Best plan would be to eat elsewhere.
Interesting to see but not much more than an hour's visit really.
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