We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews cuckoo clock the follies every turn water features beautiful garden cakes lovely couple of hours every corner quirky features beautiful water quiche home made lovely afternoon ample seating early summer entrance fee plants and trees
WE visited on a hot day and had a lovely time sitting in shady spots and enjoying the beauty of the gardens. The cafe was lovely, we had tea and scones. The whole place was very quirky and the giant cuckoo clock was fab. We...More
Gardens are lovely, really quirky and interesting. An enjoyable hour or so wandering about in the September sunshine. Nice café too, soup and flapjack tried and recommended. A bit expensive at £6 a head, but quality costs.
When the flowers are in full bloom, I'm sure it would be a very nice garden. The follys were interesting, but the cuckoo clock didn't work. Everything looked tired & in need of TLC. The poor chap in the ticket office had to take money,...More
A very peaceful location and to see the Follies, Bottle Grotto and Cuckoo Clock all designed by the owner. Plenty of flowers blooming for September and lovely fragrance as you walked around. Nice cafe as well, with Plant Sales at very reasonable prices. Dog friendly....More
I visited with a friend today and had a lovely couple of hours wandering through the green and luscious gardens. The sound of trickling water from the mill tower and babbling Brooks were very relaxing. Even mid September there were some beautiful plants and vibrant...More
Arrived around 11.30am after a 2 hour drive and first stop was the cafe. Had to wait a while as no coffee available( hot water not ready!) No warm food like toasted tea cakes. Cafe was extremely cold. Cafe is a rather “run down” looking...More
Staff were friendly and helpful.
Decent sized car park with good access.
The gardens were absolutely beautiful, lots of unusual plants and flowers.
There are some interesting builds on the site, such as the bottle building and the cuckoo clock.
The water features are lovely....More
The first time we visited it was drizzling but still was beautiful and the cuckoo clock was working. This time the sun shone and everything was so lovely. Yes, there was algae on the lake, but that is to be expected after the hot summer...More
Visited late August .Everything was so different here .Several follies to amuse especially the Cuckoo Clock tower which strikes on the hour too .So many unusual shrubs and flowers to find even at the end of the flowering season .Little pathways,twists and turns ,different vistas...More