In February on a cold afternoon not surprisingly there were not too many folk around but a couple of young families were enjoying the woodland activities.
We had a light lunch in the superb restaurant. The choice was adequate and included an imaginative range of sandwiches and jackets . Our lunch, with drinks, came to a reasonable £14.50. Great ambiance in the light and airy old Coach House, which includes a soft seating area and there is outside seating and a play area for the summer. Open until 5 p.m. all year.
Then I had a good walk around the gardens and saw otters, wild boar, birds of prey and some peaceful woodland and lake views (pics) and it is a great location for photography if that is one of your interests. I declined to tackle the large maze (pic) but it would be great fun for families in the warmer weather.
As well as lots of other activities for all there is an interesting woodland activity and education area for organised groups with tented accommodation and catering. Check out the website for details presumably. A caravan Certificated Location is also on site (Caravan Club) £5 a night, no hook up.
Free parking and easy disabled access. A pleasant and enjoyable visit.
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