Visited in June on a lovely sunny day. Really loved the Jeckyll Gardens set in front of the Lutyens House. Lots to look at from gorgeous roses to vegetables and the bowling green. These gardens are not huge, but you could sit at the bottom and just take in the beauty of the setting of the house & garden. It is a manageable size, making it pleasant for non gardeners and people who don't want to/can't walk too much. £6.50 to get in (£6 for concessions). Considering the expense of maintaining a garden like this, I felt the price was fair.
There is a public car park (charges apply) adjacent to the gardens.
Unfortunately, I cannot recommend the Tea Room here - see separate entry
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