This is a property developed by Geoffrey Bawa as his country residence. Large grounds with very interesting buildings. We were with a group on a pre arranged visit, don't just turn up or you may find you are not welcome and without a tour guide I doubt you would find it. It is also has B&B accommodation which would make for an interesting one night stay. Our approximately one hour tour of gardens and building exteriors was not extremely educational but was interesting for getting a small feel for Bawa himself and making sure we covered the property's main highlights. I assume only those staying overnight would be allowed free unguided walks around the property.
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