Tempted by a TV preview we came to enjoy the truly beautiful display of magnolias, rhodos and camellias planted over an ancient, wooded hillside garden, with views down onto the castle and out to sea. Also took in a tour of the castle - rather expensive for the house and garden combined ticket - but very interesting. The garden was obviously planned for dramatic spring impact, and would be no more than a walk in the woods at any other time of year.
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