David Suchet rather fittingly filmed his very last scenes as Poirot at Greenway. During takes, still in character and costume as Poirot, David strolled around the National Trust shop and courtyard, mingling and chatting to visitors as the famous Belgian detective.
Agatha Christie’s first book waited five years for publication, having been rejected by six publishers.
Agatha Christie is the world’s most successful crime writer. Her writing career spanned more than fifty years and sales of her books have exceeded two billion copies.
The boathouse at Greenway is known locally as Raleigh’s Boathouse. Sir Walter Raleigh was a frequent visitor to the house, as his half-brother was the former owner.