Wimpole Hall is a huge eighteenth century house, once the home of Rudyard Kipling’s daughter, with gardens by Capability Brown, and some interiors by Sir John Soane.
The inside was pretty standard for a house of it’s era, including a particularly ridiculous bed. The grounds were the usual mix of formal bedding, a walled garden and a greenhouse, plus an impressive set of stables. They had been converted into all the National Trust essentials – general shop, toilets, book shop, plant shop, cafe, and a toy and fudge store!
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