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Even though not everything was finished it was great. Especially that you can find different types of gardens. One seemed like a natural museum, other were good for just a nice walk and finally some of them resembled few cultures.
Visited recently and at this time of year not many plants in bloom maybe better in summer. The gardens are nice and have some nice features but I think the entrance price is far too high. It would be nice to see some sculptures dotted...More
We have visited several NT Gardens in Cheshire North Wales area and this is our favourite.
The gardens are beautiful and a highlight were the small buildings that have a mix of multi level / tunnel type walk-ways that you go in, then come back...More
Visited with my mum and a friend , and what a surprise , something amazing around every corner like garden rooms. too many highlights to mention and would be great to visit in the different seasons. Disabled but I still managed to get a round...More
My kids really love exploring the beautiful garden. On this visit it was decorated for Halloween and there were clues to find and a prize. But even when there are no special events on, there are interesting tunnels to explore, you can feed the huge...More
We spent a lovely few hours here. No picnics can be eaten in the gardens, but there is a picnic area before you go in by the car park. There is a very popular Tearoom with lots of outdoor seating.
There is a small kitchen...More
Lucky with weather. Gardens very enjoyable, though many of the familiar features were closed for maintenance and there was a big clear up after Halloween.
Biddulph Grange was a favourite with our children going back thirty years and there has been some great restoration and...More
On arrival we were meet with a very warm welcome from staff, who engaged with our young ones. Although the weather wasn’t great, there was no rain and as you walk down into the valley of garden, the micro climate keeps the cold away. The...More
I felt that this beautiful National Trust garden was at its best when I visited on a sunny morning at the end of the third week of October. The dahlias were still fully blooming, and the maples in the Chinese garden had turned a glorious...More
Response from TheJacquesTravels | Reviewed this property |
Hi, we stayed in Holiday Inn Express Stoke On Trent for a very reasonable price, we had access to a car though and was a 25 minute drive to the gardens but only about 5 minutes drive from the centre of Stoke-on-Trent. Sorry... More
Hi, we stayed in Holiday Inn Express Stoke On Trent for a very reasonable price, we had access to a car though and was a 25 minute drive to the gardens but only about 5 minutes drive from the centre of Stoke-on-Trent. Sorry I do not know about public transport but I advise checking google maps and put in this option then it tells you which transport to take and how much walking it is.