Parking is easy and then you enter through a small entrance door into the garden centre but with hardly a plant in sight! Architectural antiques and relics, were evident but you couldn't help thinking it lacked something! There are booths where antiques, clothing and other artefacts are sold, leading to the tea rooms. Being a cold day it was welcome, as there are open booths with heaters to keep you warm, served to by friendly staff. The tea rooms are worth a visit if only because of the eclectic atmosphere with christmas decorations festooning the ceiling. The food was ok and warm enough on a cold day. A repeat visit would only be likely if more investment was made in all areas, including the tea rooms, making it more inviting with a great deal more general stock on sale.
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