On arrival we were unsure if we had chosen the right season to visit as some of the first beds on arrival had mainly dying narcissus. How wrong first impression can be as our walk through the gardens was a sensory delight. Masses of colour everywhere, not just flowers, but tress and scrubs alike. Whilst walking between the beds wafts of smells followed each other. There are lots of benches to sit on and enjoy the surroundings and the pavilion is fantastic. Imaginative and tasty food and jugs of fresh tap water top quench your thirst. (lunch for two £20) and the gift shop had a lovely display of tulips, too hard to resist and a nice memory to plant in our garden. And unbelievably it is less than 1/2 mile walking from the station. worth a visit, but allow yourself at least 1/2 day to make the most of it.
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