Had a 'living social' offer on entry to the Walled Garden, parkland and cascade circuit for two adults and up to three children but in the end just me and my husband went and I was really glad I hadn't taken the three grandchildren because there really is very little for children especially school age children.
We walked around the walled garden which was very pleasant but didn't take long to cover. The plants are lovely and very well labelled and a fair bit of colour even at the end of september. We then did the cascade circuit which they advise is about a mile but didn't seem that long. Again it was pleasant but not outstanding in any way.
The cafe is lovely and the food home made and very tasty and the staff we spoke to were very friendly and welcoming.
Would only say go in fine dry weather as it isn't cheap to look around the grounds and there is no shelter but if you're heading along the A64 I would say call in for a coffee and a scone as it's free to get into the cafe.
Oh and the bathroom facilities are excellent with Molton Brown soap and hand cream!
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