The result is recognised as one of the finest buildings of the Tudor revival arts and crafts movement, and is Grade II listed. The fabric of the building, however, predates the 20th Century, as the timbers used in construction were taken from British ships the HMS Impregnable and HMS Hindustan. It's not all architecture however, as there is an overpriced shop inside selling a range of clothes, cosmetics, accessories, gifts, homewares and furniture.
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