We enjoyed our visit. The gardens have lovely views of the water lilies and each of the ponds has a slightly different style and character. We were given a map so we could be sure to take the best route and not miss anything. There are plenty of seats from which to admire the vistas so it's good for people who can't walk far. The tea room has views over the lakes and is clean and pleasant. The small museum offers a history of the Bennett family and the development of the gardens. Our only quibble is that it costs £6.95 per adult to get in, and unless you perhaps go round several times or are a water lily expert wanting to study them it can all be seen in less than an hour.
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