The church was a priory and what you see today is just the bell tower and a fraction of the nave. Would have been good to have seen it in its pomp. Apparently it is one of 4 privately owned Parish Churches in the Country.
The scone was good!
The house was a puritan one and supported the Roundheads. When the caverliers arrived the inhabitants were warned by a shepherd boy. The boy was killed and is commemorated by the Dryden family in the garden.
Before heading around the house I had a tasty Tomato and Basil soup.
And so I headed off but that is another story.....