The wraps are off, the scaffolding is down and Tyntesfield is revealed in all its Victorian Gothic splendour. If you haven't been then you really should. It is just the most wonderful house. And to think, the Gibb family who built it made their money out of guano. They had a monopoly on the guano from Peru and sold it as fertilizer, making a fortune. So it is true the old saying..."where there's muck there's brass"