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We found the two geocaches hidden on the property and enjoyed rambling about with our six children. Lots of trees to climb and hide in. Toilets available even late Sunday afternoon. Found our last cache from the car in an adjacent lane. Lovely Sunday afternoon...More
Visited here during good weather so lots of people about. Lots of children climbing trees - good to see! Did the Five Ponds Trail with 83 year old mother which was about enough for her. Glad that the National Trust have preserved this place.
Although no house or buildings to see this is a lovely place to visit as there are a range of walks suitable for all.
The paths are well kept and directional signs are very clear.
There is a nice cafe with adequate seating available .
3 walks here to do from 10 minutes to about an hour. Through beautiful woodland and across open spaces. The ground can be a little uneven through the woodland but is not too strenuous. A café and toilets are available for drinks and food (10...More
.....why some people mark this wonderful place 'average' or even 'poor'!!
It beggars belief! This is the perfect spot for children to enjoy adventure, climbing big fallen tree trunks, learning with fun, walking fabulous trails, making wooded stories up and just generally enjoying and exhausting...More
We have been going on and off for about 10 years. I was very pleasantly surprised by the brand new loos! :-) the cafe has increased its range and offers cakes and lunches. Lovely area to walk round and lots to explore
Hidden in the Quantock Hills of Somerset lies what is left of Fyne Court. There's the folly and boat house but not much else. But its the woodland walk around the area that is particularly magical. And look out for the giant woodland zylaphone which...More
We had a super afternoon visit to this lovely garden. There were a variety of walks with different levels of accessibility. This was greatbdue to my husbands knee injury. The cream tea was lovely sat in the courtyard