It is a bit pricey for the amount of time it takes to get round this garden and the map makes it look bigger than it actually is but they have done very well with the amount of land they have. There are twists and turns and some interesting features as you go through different styles of garden and up and down hill. Some lovely planting too. The water features are good and varied.
My only gripes would be that the children's play area looked dank and neglected in one corner under some trees amongst dusty rhodedendrons, it looked as if some of the garden had been sold off to build on, and the water in the Japanese garden was filthy which kind of spoilt the effect but, still worth a visit as overall the garden is an interesting one.
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