Easton Walled Gardens is really easy to get to - just off the A1.  The parking is free and you could see most of the garden with a wheel chair or a child's push chair.  There is a shop - mostly gifts but some seeds, bulbs and plants.  The toilets are particularly good and very clean.  There is a tearoom with fresh ingredients and home made cakes.

The garden itself has been resurrected from an old established garden which was completely neglected for 50 years.  It has been done by the family who have lived there for 14 generations and have a small team so the atmosphere is very friendly.  They specialise in sweet peas and have a large collection of David Austin roses.  In the spring they have drifts of snowdrops and later narcissi, daffodils and tulips.  There is a bird feeding and watching area and activity sheets for children.  The garden is open in February for the snowdrops and from Easter until the end of November.  There is a website (www.eastonwalledgardens.co.uk) which has all the details.

I thoroughly enjoyed my visit there and will return as there are events on all the year round (Sweet Pea Week, Plant Fair, Gardeners' Market etc).