Although having a house in Devon we have never visited Tapeley Park, until today. Prior to visit we sought information and read these reviews, a mixed bag, we thought, pos and neg, so decided to make an effort and make our own minds up. Although very windy, with threats of showers we were fortunate the sun tried very hard to show itself and at least it stayed dry for our visit.
Must say we found signage adequate on the roads, parking good, superb views. Ticket office reception very pleasant and welcoming, we purchased the guide book for a map and information, admission fee reasonable.
The gardens are a delight , would love to see the flowers showing full beauty, the kitchen garden, lake, labyrinth and monument, woodland walk, and most of all permaculture garden our favourite. Toilets are clean and adequate, though a little tired. Tea room very pleasant service, tasty food and drinks. On the whole we liked it , the only negative house not open but then expected that from other reviewers, and it does say Tapeley Park Gardens !
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