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We were recommended by a friend to visit this place and we weren't dissapointed . Very nice gardens, interesting tour led by Kathys husband. I'm afraid the 'art' side of things went over our heads but it didn't matter. It's still worth visiting and the...More
We had a lovely afternoon in Kathy's Garden. Not only was the garden beautiful but we were taken around by Kathy's husband Simon who gave us a most interesting talk. He talked about the different areas of the garden and how they were linked to...More
We visited the gardens for my dad's 80th. Its a beautiful relaxed place. Kathy was very friendly and saved us a beautiful brick built gazebo to have our picnic. Plenty of chairs dotted around so no need to take chairs and the cake and tea...More
If I could give this more stars I would because it was just perfect for my husband and me. Only open on Tuesday afternoon during "the season". The little signs as to the direction of the garden as you get closer are helpful. Free parking...More
A first visit to this garden which will become a well deserved seasonal repeat. We were met by the host Kathy and husband Simon where they gave a brief talk before splitting us into two groups. Simon was an excellent font of knowledge on the...More
We had a terrific visit to celebrate my Birthday. Simon Brown led a tour giving us an insight into the history as well as the horticulture.
The tea and cakes were delicious and most welcome on a scorching day.
I went to the Garden a few months ago with my Mother and Step father, as it was a surprise day out on a lovely Sunday afternoon.
I have to admit that the Gardens are truly beautiful and spectacular and really are worth seeing. Perfectly...More
In any season and any weather this is a fascinating garden to visit. Beautifully and artistically landscaped. Kathy, her husband and helpful friends all willing to give as much information as possible.
I have now been to this lovely garden three times, and despite the vagaries of the British climate, I have been blessed with warmth and sunshine! The gardens have tremendous variety and one sails from Monet to meadow. Kathy is an expert on clematis and...More