This time the cleaners tackle Tarbert House, a Georgian manor on the banks of the River Shannon in the west of Ireland. Home to the Leslie family for 300 years, the current custodian is 83-year-old Ursula. While the main rooms on the ground floor retain their original splendour, the upper two floors - where Charlotte Bronte, Lord Kitchener and Winston Churchill once stayed - are little more than a dumping ground, with landings piled high with family clutter, hidden treasures and a derelict children's dormitory crammed with mattresses, toys and even a box of moss. Glen from Watford and Caren from Manchester stay with Ursula to help separate the treasures from the trash, in a bid to transform the upper floors for a grand heritage evening.
|Episode Title:||Episode 3|
|Airs:||2016-05-31 at 20:00|