Dropped in for a meal at the tea rooms and had a brief walk around this lovely estate. Both the tea shop staff and estate staff very helpful and friendly - one offering to take a group photo for us. Will come back another time...More
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Went on sunny winter day. Would highly recommend as a day out. All the craft shops are exceptional - very friendly crafters with original pieces on offer. The tearoom is very sweet with lovely staff and excellent baking (there is decent gluten free!). Family friendly...More
Had a lovely walk round the estate while in Coldstream. Good workout and had tasty lunch in the Tearoom midway. Would recommend
Myself,husband and three children live local and we absolutely love the place . We visit every other day during the week with the dog and we come every other weekend with the boys . So much to see as it is huge plenty of walks...More
Lovely walks around this Estate and lots of varieties of birds around the lake.Excellent walled garden (plan to visit in Summer) and lovely sculptures.Good variety of shops -tickety-boo worth a visit.
Wouldn't recommend making a special trip to this lame attraction. The so-called museum comprises a handful of small rooms displaying not terribly interesting old tools and/or stuffed animals. The craftspeople produce the sort of stuff I've seen a hundred times before. The tearoom is clean,...More
Beautiful estate with tea rooms and artisan workshops to peruse selling lovely wares... Ample carpark which is £2.50 for as long as you wish. Lovely walks and great statue of the man himself. Swans and their signets on banks while we were there. Weather tremendous...More
Super visit to The Hirsel with kids on a warm afternoon. £2.50 to park in the car park and then a walk around the lake and the walled garden. Lovely grounds, lots of ducks and swans to watch on the lake and lots of benches...More
We went here for a walk and had a brew and cake in the little café, they seemed like homemade cakes and were lovely and fresh, very nice little café away from the village.
This was the third time we have visited and were looking forward to buying something from the glass engraver, unfortunately that shop had closed and there are now only two hops left. We had a coffee and scones at the restaurant, bought a few pieces...More