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Nice reserve

Stone Lane is a five acre woodlands garden on the edge of Dartmoor national park near to Chagford... read more

Reviewed October 25, 2017
rayrest
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Ashford, United Kingdom
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Mesmerizing experience!

Spent a lovely afternoon here with some good friends of mine, the atmosphere and air is really... read more

Reviewed March 9, 2017
Geoff M
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Reviewed October 14, 2015

We found this lovely secret garden on Tripadvisor as it was close to home and we could take an elderly aunt with us so she could get a little air. What a lovely surprise and enhanced by the beautiful sculptures and art work being exhibited around the grounds. It was very quiet and peaceful but the selection of trees was superb. Set in the garden of the farm we strolled around this idyllic setting and sat to listen to the birds and relax. We'll definitely go back to see it in a different season. Open water on site so care needs to be taken with children.

2  Thank Jgmg17
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Reviewed August 4, 2015

To see all the Sculptures was amazing, our grandchildren would have loved this as much as we have, well worth a visit for the day

1  Thank Robert W
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Reviewed July 12, 2015

Stone Lane gardens is an unexpected delight. After walking through a small birch plantation and farm you enter the sculpture gardens and a series of unusual, beautiful and downright odd encounters ensue. As you wander round the lovely garden, among the plants and trees and in clearings are sculptures, carvings and metal objects from shoebox size to larger than life. They peek out from bushes and in ponds, stand on tree stumps and plinths, dangle from trees and make a magical couple of hours of discoveries. I have returned to the same exhibition (they change each year) with another guest and found many exhibits that I missed the first time around; so take the time to get into the nooks and crannies and really for what is there. The garden is worth visiting in its own right - it is not formal but the boggy/wet areas and little paths and bridges are resplendent with plants and flowers both wild and introduced.

3  Thank Kerry C
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Reviewed June 10, 2015

This place is a brilliant small arboretum, with the added attraction of sculptures dotted about. There are also geese and chickens. If you love small trees especially with lovely bark you'll love this place

2  Thank Carole M
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Reviewed May 25, 2015

Have been here several times and at different times of the year. Always a lovely place to spend your time, well worth the trip if you want somewhere peaceful with great sculptures and art

3  Thank kdwuk
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