We visited the property yesterday, to see the snowdrops. The whole visit was a delight - the snowdrops were stunning, and I didn't realise how many different types there were. Aconites and many types of hellebore were in bloom too. The setting is delightful with plenty of mature trees, and the garden contains a large selection of sculptures. This is not a 'packed with blooms formal garden', this a rural, grassy, woody delight. The bird song was a spring bonus. There is a tearoom and a small shop.
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