We visited this park on Saturday with friends as it was on their wish list. We are all pensioners, over 70, and had a fairly long drive to reach it. When we went to reception to pay we asked where their toilets were and were told they didn't have any but we could use the facilities in the hotel opposite the entrance. The impression we were given was that the park was linked to the hotel. When we went in to the hotel the manager, who was extremely pleasant, said he was sorry but their facilities were only for use by the hotel guests and customers. However we were welcome to have a coffee and then we could use them, which is what we did. The manager explained that the hotel is nothing to do with the Sculpture Park and they were, understandably, fed up with a stream of visitors coming in to use the toilets. As we all agreed, it would be perfectly simple to put chemical toilets within the park. The Park itself does have a wide range of sculptures, set amongst woodland and around small lakes and I'm sure we would have enjoyed the experience much more without the poor start.
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