The house and gardens were the home of the great plantsman, E A Bowles, and so it is filled with very special plants - but it also still feels as if he might still be there. A fine balance, and a great tribute to the gardeners. It is very peaceful and pleasant with lots of seats in hidden spots, so you can take time to study the plants and the many views around and through them. If you can, go there at different times of the year, as there is always something fascinating to see. Truly, an unusually special garden!
(There is a pleasant place to have food, tea/coffeee etc. and easy parking)
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