The garden though not huge, seemed to swallow the other visitors and we felt as if we were there alone, just how we like it!
A fascinating insight to how gardens have developed.
The garden is beautifully kept with helpful labels of what plants are in each bed.
We were there for two hours not counting lunch, we visited on a glorious day which obvious helped. Bet the owners of the house wish it was still theirs.
The cafe is also very good, we had lovely sandwiches, the waitress very helpfully brought the coffee after we had eaten (I do get fed up with coffee that arrives before the food!) and volunteered water with ice, lemon and mint!
The plants for sale are also very reasonably priced.
What more could you want?
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