"This 1901 house once anchored a single 23,000-acre farm; by the 1970’s the pastureland had been subdivided and the house abandoned. But in 2002 the Victorian spread was rescued and converted into an inn. A herculean restoration uncovered William Morris wallpapers, original stained-glass windows, and traces of an elaborate drawing-room frieze, which a painter was hired to re-create. Rooms were updated with mahogany furniture, Chinese screens, and vases of flowers fresh from the garden. The meals are a similar mix of tradition and inspiration—roast beef..."
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