Just delightful to stumble across this place.
My parents (ardent gardeners) thought it rivalled the 'Lost Gardens of Heligan' as it had all the sub tropical plants and was set out in such a wonderful way. At every turn, we stumbled on differing aspects and delighted in the viewpoints and a little sit down here and there.
The garden heads sometimes steeply with gravel and paths winding here and there. They managed this well with there walking sticks but needed the cream tea at the end. A likely excuse...not to be missed.
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