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All reviews cakes national trust tea room for sale couple of hours short walk across the road beautiful garden well worth a visit bradford on avon little gem car park small cafe herbaceous borders tea shop kitchen garden flower beds
We were blessed with the weather but this was a lovely little place with well kept gardens. We spent a couple of hours there but you must go with an empty stomach and have a slice of delicious cake in the Tea Room. All home...More
Lovely garden with lots of "rooms". Beautiful planting.
Tearoom had wonderful cakes, much better than a lot of NT, and are happy to give in takeaway packaging to eat outside as the tearoom itself is rather small, and it was a shame to waste a...More
This National Trust garden is well worth a visit. We loved the different 'rooms' and the interesting plantings in the borders. One could spend many peaceful hours here. The cosy woodpanelled Tea Room in the old house serves delicious food as a bonus.
An interesting garden. Orchard varied and interesting selection fruit. Water garden well laid out pity bridge not open for walking. Formal gardens well planted. Enjoyed our visit on sunny autumn day. Get there early if you want lunch as it gets busy.
We had a lovely few hours wandering around the sculptures in the gardens. Our children (8,7 & 3) were able to run around and explore the gardens, climbing trees and play in the mud kitchen.
If you aren’t an NT member would be a little...More
This is a lovely small garden with an excellent Tea Room. It takes about 1.5 hours to see the whole garden and it gives great ideas for your own garden. At this time of year their large number of fruit trees are dropping their apples...More
lovely small gardens,well worth a visit,although a bit pricey if not a NT member. interesting trees and unusual plants,with a large lily pond and small pretty monet style bridge spanning a small lake.
if you can time it right so you can enjoy afternoon tea...More
National Trust run and the standards, as expected, are high. Lovely 'town house' garden with lots of areas to explore. Not big, but charming.
Good tea rooms in a section of the old house.
Parking available on the opposite side of the road behind the...More
Unfortunately the house is occupied, so unable to see inside. However the garden is well worth a visit. Toilets available plus a lovely tea room. The orchard , apple and pear trees growing and bearing fruit. The apples one good buy . Parking is opposite...More