We went here at the very end of May and I have to say that the colours of the flowers were absolutely stunning. So much depth of colour and a real treat to see so many flowers in their prime.
The gardens are thoughtfully laid out, there is a pond, a couple of bridges, several wooden structures to explore and a childrens play area (suitable from about 4yrs upwards). Around the grounds are a series of 'Fairy Doors' which small children (mine are 10 and 2) take pleasure in finding (though our 10 yr old was a bit too old for this). Some of these look like they could do with a lick of paint, but otherwise, the entire site is presented to a very high standard.
There is also a small old house which you can have a look around (I've seen better, but this was still pretty interesting) and there is a building which provides quite a lot of info about insects, and my children certainly enjoyed seeing how honey is made.
Cafe and (over priced) gift shop on site - nice lawn area to picnic on.
Tiny car park and not sure where you would park if/when it's full, so probably best to arrive there fairly early.
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