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Great to find a traditional family business. We took a tour round the brewery with an excellent guide - accompanied by the resident cat - and tasted the delicious beer. The garden is a joy. Small, beautifully planted areas lead one into another making a...More
Popped in on the off chance and was well pleased by the staff and reception. The gardens ,and small museum were well laid out and shop had all sorts and of course beer for the aficionado to peruse. Small cafe and bar served good food...More
went to visit the gardens on a sunny Friday afternoon - just perfect. I just wish we had been able to go about 3 weeks before because I could only imagine how stunning the gardens would have been in full spring / early summer bloom,...More
We have intended to visit these gardens for some time and finally got around to paying a visit. The gardens are lovely and much better than the gardens at nearby Peckover House and considerably cheaper to visit than Peckover House! We shall certainly return to...More
Live fairly local and have been intending to visit these gardens the past few years.
At long last we managed to get there and the gardens are well worth the visit.
Spent a pleasant 90mins strolling around the gardens which are not over big.
Had an hour to spare whilst visiting Wisbech and decided to try the Brewery gardens. So glad we did, this garden is a real treasure with something interesting round every turn. Very well designed around specimen trees, we visited early June so there was plenty...More
Took some family to Elgoods open week end and followed up at the Brewery Pub, The Red Lion, just a little way away on North Brink All enjoyed the gardens which were not at the 100% best but coming on beautifully and will be really...More
Considering that I was born in the town I thought that it was about time that I visited the brewer of the beers that I’d been drinking for years. I have vivid memories of the slats being open in the upper floor of the brewery...More