We came across the gardens by chance as we were actually looking for an elevated vantage point to see where the Vezere joined the Dordogne. It turns out that the view is within these gardens so we decided to pay the 7 euros each. I must admit that the views were spectacular but we would not have paid just to see the gardens which were pleasant but not exceptional. There is a small attractive gift shop at the entrance (nice ice-cream) which is within the Moorish style house manned by young friendly staff and a basic portacabin toilet at the front. The tiny village here seems to be upper Limeuil and the town is down below. Interestingly, the church of St Catherine in haut Limeuil is Anglican and all the notices and staff appear to be English. There were a couple of reasonably priced restaurants which looked inviting at the foot of the garden walls. I'm not sure my photos do the views justice.
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