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Turning off the Blakeney road from Holt into the combined entrance for this attraction and for Bayfield Hall (to be visited next), this delightful nursery/cafe and attraction is worth a look-see.
You travel down the drive, with huge Gunnera leaves either side of you -...More
I visited today with my two children. I got the day of a friend’s birthday party wrong and needed to do some making up to my son.
We live in Holt and always drive past so I decided today was the day to take a...More
Walking on a circular route, which incorporates this place. Lovely weather, so sat outside with home made cheese scone and a cup of tea. Gem of a garden, plenty of natural plants to purchase and friendly staff
A sunday morning visit with Toby the dog in tow we had a walk round the nursery of wildflower plants .we bought Borage and cornflower and marsh marigold...coffee was lovely and the sausage rolls are superb...
Wedid not go round the nature walk but walked...More
Really good place to stop for a rest. Unfortunately I have not had a chance to look around the grounds yet. I have however been able to try the little café. The tea and bacon and egg sandwiches are really good and very reasonably priced....More
If you want to go somewhere simple but doing a worthwhile job visit this place. It was lovely to see the conservation work in progress and to walk around a little wild life haven. It's also a nice place to sit and have a cup...More
What a beautiful setting to explore around 5 acres of different styled gardens from herb to water meadow.
Highlights were the riverside walk and pond dipping for the children. You can spend hours wandering around and at £3 each (2 for kids) great value.
This place is lovely to while away a couple of hours in beautiful surroundings. there is a small fee for exploring the gardens fully, or you can just sit outside the shop and cafe and enjoy the flowers, butterflies and birds for free. Lovely homemade...More
My wife and I visited twice this month. The facilities are decidedly basic, but this is part of the charm of the place. The "gardens" (more like fields) are so unspoiled with the River Glaven flowing at the bottom. This is only a small river,...More