I visited here with my 5 year old daughter and my parents. My father is the user of a motorised wheelchair and we were told it was possible for him to visit this property but we could only use a certain route and as it was so steep it would be better for myself to return back to the car park and drive to the bottom of the route to collect him rather than him try to return.
We set off but it became immediately evident that my father was more than a little uncomfortable going on such steep inclines and he asked that he be returned back to the restaurant where he sat with a drink and waited for us to return.
A great pity in my view having made the special trip there for him not to see any of the grounds. My daughter however had a wonderful time trying to find her way through the maze and being able to run through the wooded areas.
Whilst walking around we thought we were looking at a lake through the trees imagine our surprise when we left the National Trust property, walked a few metres and found ourselves on a beautiful picturesque rocky beaches looking at sail boats. Once again my daughter had a fantastic time climbing the rocks and paddling in the lovely clear water whilst my mother and I enjoyed just sitting looking at the view.
Would I return back to this property I'm not sure for a National Trust part it's a pleasant walk with some nice plantation but what made our trip memorable was the beach which doesn't belong to them.
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