There is no doubt this garden has considerable potential however at present it has limited sculpture (8?),much of the garden is immature,and access is difficult. Had the entrance charges been more reasonable this would not have been an issue however in my view the cost does not justify a visit.
To say on the website "Some wheelchair users may find areas of the garden difficult to acess without assistants due to the steep terrain" is,in my view bordering on dishonest.We saw two people with walking sticks and one visitor in an electric buggy struggle and give up because if the steep inclines.
For the fit and healthy this is a garden to visit in a few years time.
Leaving aside the garden there is a superb cafe well worth a visit without seeing the garden.A very good selection of meals,snacks,drinks all with first class ingredients and very well prepared and presented.
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