Edmondsham House is a delightful blend of Tudor and Georgian architecture with some interesting contents.
The house is surrounded by six acres of fascinating gardens.
There are wide lawns with some fine specimen trees. The large collection of flowering shrubs and bulbs create a blaze of colour in the spring.
In the summer months the long herbaceous border and the flowers in the adjoining Dower House garden are charming.
Other features include a circular grass hollow, thought to have been a cockpit, and a sunken greenhouse, known as The Pit House, that has recently been restored.
There is also an organic walled garden and greenhouse for growing peaches.