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Blakenham Woodland Garden

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Blakenham Woodland Garden

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SuffolkMayfly wrote a review Apr 2019
Suffolk118 contributions47 helpful votes
We have made yet another visit to these beautiful woodland gardens. We enjoyed the snowdrops a few weeks ago and returned to see the wonderful drifts of bluebells. If you like nature, peace and quiet you will enjoy these gardens. Follow the footpaths at your leisure, meandering through the trees and plants. Sit and listen to the sound of birds singing, absorb the scent of the magnolias, camellias, primroses, cherry blossom etc. The gardens are not massive but we enjoyed a couple of hours here soaking up the surroundings and loving every minute. The best part was having it almost to ourselves. The entrance fee is £4 per person. Free car parking in the grass field. We took a picnic with us and sat by the car. A most enjoyable visit on Easter Saturday.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Demalu wrote a review Jul 2017
Tavistock, Devon3 contributions2 helpful votes
We visited today and found nothing of interest. I have visited numerous other arboretums and sculpture gardens in various parts of the UK and this was a big disappointment. Despite the £4 per head entrance fee, there was nothing to offer guidance or direction relating to the woodland area. A simple A4 sheet with an outline map and items of interest would help. Even after a thorough search of the woodland we found nothing of the remotest interest, or worthy of the £4 entrance fee. I am at loss to see what has impressed previous visitors.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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SuffolkMayfly wrote a review Apr 2017
Suffolk118 contributions47 helpful votes
We found this by chance when looking for something to do on Easter Bank Holiday Monday. There were only a handful of people visiting but what a wonderful place. So peaceful. Footpaths that weave their way through the woodland which was a mass of colour. The magnificent drifts of Bluebells covering the ground. Spectacular display of Magnolias, Camellias etc. So tranquil! Will definitely make a return visit!
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Date of experience: April 2017
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Louisa H wrote a review Jun 2016
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Had a really wonderful time here, it was a lovely afternoon and the best part was we had the whole place to ourselves! Couldn't recommend this highly enough, really lovely. Just a note, it isn't a whole day out, as it is quite small! :)
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Date of experience: June 2016
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Gerry P wrote a review May 2016
Dittisham, United Kingdom263 contributions116 helpful votes
Having last came here to see the drifts of snowdrops, this visit was all about the profusion of bluebells in bloom. What makes this garden special is the way it allows you to wander through the sensitively managed woodland, with lovely vistas and pathways at every turn. The kitchen garden is also a delight, with its lovingly espaliered fruit trees framing beds full of vegetables and greens. The owners were as charming and welcoming as ever, so genuine in their desire to share their lovely gardens.
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Date of experience: May 2016
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