Good car parking available. The staff overall seem friendly. There are some covid restrictions in place, though some are a bit bizarre, can’t have maps to give you but you can pick up leaflets and a one way system that creates congestion at crossing points. Overall it was a disappointing visit. The parts that are open to the public are somewhat bland, no furniture, pictures, tapestries etc and nothing in the way of information boards to tell you about the place. A large part of the house is not open to the public currently, but that hasn’t resulted in a drop in admission price, £13 each. The grounds are mostly grass and trees though the wailed garden has promise of something later in the year. We bought a plant at the garden shop, but no one was there to take any money so we had to wander back to the gift shop to pay for it.