We visited Stourhead in early August on a reasonably sunny day,The staff were very helpful on arrival and talked us through the best route around the gardens.
The scenery can best be described as breath taking,with many hidden gems such as the grotto.The gardens are so large that at no point was it crowded and even though we visited in the summer holidays it was quiet and peaceful.
The only slight downside was with the quality of the food on offer in the onsite cafe,the lemon drizzle cake was so dry and powdery you needed a cup of tea to wash it down.
We would definitely recommend a visit to Stourhead and will return again when in the area.
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