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Wonderful little gardens nestled in Pembridge that have been lovingly created and maintained by the family that own them and that live on site. We happened to arrive on a beautifully sunny day which showed the gardens in their best light and spent a lovely...More
Love this garden...have visited a few times now...will be at its best in a few weeks once the roses & Iris are out. There has been a lot of love spent on this garden. Some gorgeous planting & unique follies too...cafe does great food. The...More
If you like to visit somewhere a little bit different then you will like this place, there are many water features & other unusual features to see there. The owner has a vivid imagination & has used it very well as you will see by...More
If you'd like to spend a couple of hours strolling through an interesting garden and finish off with a cream tea or spot of lunch this place IS for you!
We've been twice and the owner can often be seen working in the gardens -...More
Just outside the village of Pembridge this attraction proved to be an enjoyable, if short, diversion. The owner has developed the water gardens over the years into an interesting area with several follies which are entertaining and clever. A good selection of plants. The nursery...More
This was a visit to the cafe and plant nursery only - the water gardens I will save for next trip. The cafe was superb, lovely coffee and homebaked cakes and the streamside setting on such a sunny afternoon was sublime. Very well stocked plant...More
A largish plot made magical by the owner. Multiple Mill races and ponds connected by various paths and gardens. Within the garden are multiple follies that the owner has created - a water-driven cuckoo clock atop a lookout post; a conical fountain; a small copy...More
It didn't bode well that the toilets had no soap and hand towels and the gents was not clean at all. The café was nice but was freezing cold and not very appealing to sit and eat any food. The garden itself was in need...More
We visited here on Easter Monday, the weather was wet so not the best of days, however we feel that to pay £6.00 per person to go in was way too much money should have been no more than £3.00 each would be a stretch,...More