Spent a couple of hours here, as had heard the village was worth a visit. Some pointers, we took our car, which has to be parked at not cheap rates, the main car park has toilets, which shockingly the council charge 20p to use. We walked up to the Courtyard,via the road, it is up a steep incline, so probably not suitable for little people, however, you can walk through the park, which is easier and flatter. The Courtyard has some small, craft type shops, but surprisingly, given the time of year, some of them were shut, missed opportunities, I think. It was nice to see genuine independent craftspeople at work, eg, blacksmith, toy maker. Had a nice meal in the park, at the Inn, food excellent, but very slow, but worth waiting for. There is also a small play park for smaller children within the grounds, which my daughter loved. We walked down to the main village, via the park and loved the thatched cottages. Was surprised that in one of the shops, which sold food, a dog lay and the assistant told us 'she doesn't like children' - wouldn't have got away with having an animal in a food shop near where I stay.
Nice play to visit to pass a couple of hours, probably more interesting for adults than children though.
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