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Waterperry Gardens

326 Reviews
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Waterperry Gardens

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claire s wrote a review Oct 28
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Excellent place we go often. My little boy loves running around and playing hide and seek here. What a bonus as it’s all outside fresh air with no false amusements. Also a playground and cafe on site. Tip- get a season ticket, it’s good value and you get to see how the gardens change over the year
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Date of experience: September 2020
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terrybensusan wrote a review Oct 21
Berkhamsted, United Kingdom89 contributions18 helpful votes
3 and a dog for tea. We booked ahead. A lovely building. Felt totally safe from a COVID compliant staff.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Response from Simon B, General Manager at Waterperry Gardens
Responded 6 days ago
Thank you very much indeed. I will pass on your high praise to the teashop staff.
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Daniel H wrote a review Oct 10
Newbury, United Kingdom1 contribution
Apple day was shockingly badly organised with no actual apples! 4 sad stalls, a fully booked cafe and over priced produce.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Response from Simon B, General Manager at Waterperry Gardens
Responded 2 weeks ago
We had to modify Apple weekend to follow Covid 19 guidance this year. Lots of apples for sale in the garden shop, orchard tours, and a few stall holders outside. Prebooking for the teashop is advised as in all venues of this sort now. I am sorry if you were disappointed. Next year we hope to be back to normal.
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Awaydays55 wrote a review Sep 2020
Princes Risborough, United Kingdom51 contributions30 helpful votes
We have visited Waterperry several times and in the early autumn the aster borders are at their best. Besides the lovely well kept gardens, visitors can also visit the garden tools museum, cafe, garden and gift shops and plant centre. There is also a farm shop near the overflow car park. Entry is free to all areas except the gardens, but even here, currently entry is free to RHS members on Fridays.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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David S wrote a review Sep 2020
Middlesbrough, United Kingdom1,205 contributions370 helpful votes
£8.50 to enter is a little steep in my opinion but nevertheless its a interesting distraction walking round the gardens. I've never seen so many apple and pear trees in all my life. Just hope the delicious fruit is picked and used, and its not wasted. The overall set up is very nice and it's well worth a visit.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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