The house is beautiful. I find a lot of the larger stately homes rather overwhelming and uncomfortable looking; as a person who almost constantly feels cold, I am always conscious about how unpleasant it would be to live in a house with enormous rooms and no central heating. Baddesley Clinton though was the perfect size. Lovely well proportioned rooms, warm wood panelling and comfy furnishings. A fire was lit in the sitting room and it was so warm and cozy in there that I sat in one of the armchairs and was tempted to take 40 winks.
There is a very beautiful private chapel in the upstairs of the house and we saw the Priest Holes that the house is famous for. Of course, as is the case with National Trust properties there was a very good café and we had a lovely late lunch. I definitely recommend the fruit crumble and custard!