Its nice to find a welcoming restaurant/cafe when you've walked through these gardens especially on a wet day.There is a separate disabled entrance for cars half a mile further on from the main entrance, so you can park right at the side of the restaurant which is in a converted barn. We didn't have a meal although the food looked interesting although pricey. We had lovely strong coffee from a decent machine and Borders Tart which looked a bit like the " fly cemetery" cake we had when I was at school (showing my age!) however it was a glorious snack with melt in the mouth pastry and a very sweet buttery current and sultana filling. Its worth a drive for this alone. Log fire had a lovely smell and they played Bob Marley. Toilets were very cold and the disabled one is in the ladies normal toilets. Basic but OK. However if you were in a wheel chair you would not be able to see in the mirror.
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