My visit was made to a degree under protest, but holidays are a little about compromise. So off we went two couples, mature but not in our dotage, to look at flowers? The entry price was modest in current terms and I was pleasantly surprised that gardens have a few surprises and one particular highlight - the cafe. I am convinced that the only way to get get the best from a visit is to stop and give yourself the opportunity to savour the gardens by relaxing in the cafe. Styled like an English tearoom ( I guess the Agatha Christie connection) we were served by a pleasant young lady, Kelly. And although I travel to sample local cuisine I really enjoyed the food. A good cup of tea and a lovely selection of homemade scones and cakes, with all the trimmings, ok not good for the figure but great for the soul. This break gave us the best part of an hour to absorb the atmosphere and notice smaller aspects of our surroundings. All in all a very repeatable experience.
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