Lovely grassed carpark. Very few visitors on a mid August day. Tea rooms were Ok but the soup of the day came with excellent bread but was a very mediocre packet soup. The gardens were interesting and quite well kept, but as the owner told us that he was the only one looking after it, the signs were there of some deterioration in the beds. Himalayan Balsam is rife throughout many areas. However it was peaceful and the admission charges were very reasonable. With renewed help/investment these gardens could be a real gem.
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